New York Lawyers Holding Nursing Homes Responsible for Medication Errors
Our elderly population often require numerous prescriptions to promote and maintain everyday health and well-being. It is the responsibility of their caregivers to ascertain that correct medications and dosages are administered to nursing home residents. Anything less than diligence on the parts of nursing home doctors and nurses in the administration of these medications can have dire consequences, including stroke, brain damage, or even the untimely death of a loved one.
Dedicated to Putting an end to Medication Errors
The knowledgeable lawyers at the Law Offices of Thomas L. Gallivan, PLLC will pursue all available means of fighting
for the rights of your loved one in the event of a nursing home medication error. We will not only seek the proper monetary judgment for you and your family, but we will also strive to provide you with the peace of mind that your pursuit of justice will lead to fewer cases of nursing home abuse in the future. Our attorneys will explore every potential avenue of medication error abuse, including but not limited to:
- Incorrect Prescription
- Adverse Side Effects
- Incorrect or Mistaken Dosages
- Harm Caused by Drug Interactions
Medication is designed to help, not harm. If nursing home negligence has caused pain and suffering to someone you care about, please let us assist you.
Let Us Help You and Your Loved One
In our forty-plus years of practice, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Thomas L. Gallivan, PLLC have successfully represented victims of nursing home abuse and neglect throughout the greater New York metro area. If you feel that an elderly loved one has been a victim of nursing home medication error or neglect, please contact us at (914) 220-1086 or email to schedule an initial consultation. Our team will assist you in finding the correct course of action to pursue justice for your family. We are available at your convenience to discuss your personal situation. Let us help you fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.