Major Medication Error And Malpractice Lawsuits Outside South Carolina

Over the last few weeks your Charleston, SC attorney has been discussing serious injuries related to pharmaceutical and medication errors. Below are two unrelated instances in which middle-aged women entered hospitals for treatment of a specific condition, suffered complications due to hospital mistakes, and were ultimately much worse at release than when admitted to the…

Most Common Types Of Medication Errors

According to some studies, more than one million people are injured each year in our country due to medication errors. A medication error is defined, in part, as “a preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate medication use or patient harm while the medication is in the control of the health care professional,…

MUSC Study Has Alarming Findings On Babies And Toddlers

The Charleston prescription drug injury lawyers found that according to a study conducted by the Medical University of South Carolina, doctors and pharmacists may be giving babies and toddlers overdoses of prescription painkillers, says an article in yesterday’s Post and Courier. The research was done by the Division of General Pediatrics at MUSC, and they…

Attention Charleston: Johnson & Johnson Expands Medication Recall

South Carolina Drug Injury Lawyers ask: do you take Tylenol PM to help you sleep, do you give your child Children’s Motrin to reduce fever or pain, or have you taken Tylenol arthritis lately? Examine your medicine bottles now because Johnson and Johnson has now expanded their over the counter South Carolina medication recall, due…

The Aftermath Of The Defective Drug Meningitis Outbreak Disaster

The New England Compounding Center was a large compounding pharmacy that packaged and distributed steroid injections to patients in 23 different states throughout the country. Steroid injections from this compounding center were shipped to more than 14,000 patients. Unfortunately, some of those steroids were contaminated because improper safety protocols were followed at the compounding pharmacy….

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