A pharmacy attorney knows the four criteria for establishing a claim:
- Breach of Duty,
- Causation, and
A pharmacy attorney knows how to prove the pharmacist had a duty to you to keep you safe with the prescriptions they fill, including patient counseling, doctor callbacks, proper labeling, and even refusing a prescription if they believe it would be harmful to you. This also includes cross-checking all of your current medicines and all of your conditions. A pharmacy attorney knows the law and knows how to prove the four criteria and get you compensation if you've been harmed by a pharmacy mistake. Perhaps most importantly, pharmacies tend not to take patient complaints seriously unless patients have legal representation by a qualified pharmacy attorney.