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Pharmacy Accused of Prescription Error that Caused Death

Pharmacy errors can happen when the wrong dose of a prescription is given, when the wrong medication is given and in other circumstances. When that duty of care is breached and the breach causes harm to the patient, a pharmacy and pharmacist can be held liable for damages.

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against a pharmacy and pharmacist, alleging negligence in the dispensing of a medication.

The complaint was filed earlier this month alleging that the failure to provide the proper dosage of medication contributed to death. The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendants in an amount greater than $50,000.

Due to the complex nature of pharmacy negligence lawsuits, the plaintiffs may wait years to be compensated. During this time, financial hardship may prevail, especially if the death resulted in loss of income. If the plaintiff does not have the financial resources to wait for a settlement, Lawsuit Financial may be able to help.

Lawsuit Financial offers plaintiffs, who have a strong case and legal representation, to apply for a lawsuit cash advance against the pending claim. This is important because without litigation funding, plaintiffs are often forced to settlements too soon, for too little.

The first step once a case is filed is to complete an online application or call our office. We will then request documentation from your attorney to determine case strength and the funding amount. Approvals are typical provided within 24 – 48 hours because we do not need a credit check, employment verification, or collateral in order to fund a case. Best of all, there are no payments until the case settles, at which time we are repaid from the proceeds of the settlement. If the case is lost, the plaintiff is under no obligation to repay the cash advance.

No amount of money will ever replace a loved one, but litigation funding can help plaintiffs get through the most difficult financial times. Contact Lawsuit Financial for a free, no obligation consultation.