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Medication & Pharmacy Error Lawyers in Louisville, KY

Award-Winning Team Serving Jefferson County & Southern Indiana

Prescription medications can help us recover from illnesses, maintain our current health status, or alleviate debilitating pain. When prescribed by health professionals, we trust that they have reviewed our medical history, understand our medication options, how the medication prescribed may interact with other medications, and have chosen appropriately. Dosage must be correct and instructions for use provided. When this process breaks down by doctors and pharmacists resulting in patient harm, it may be a form of negligence which entitles you to a claim for full and fair compensation.

At Grossman Green PLLC, we can help you hold these medical professionals accountable for their errors. Our capable and compassionate team of Louisville medication and pharmacy error attorneys are well-equipped to build your claim and fight for what you need and deserve at the settlement table or in court. With decades of legal practice, including invaluable litigation experience, your case will be in the hands of proven professionals working together to help you achieve positive results.

Contact Grossman Green PLLC online or at (502) 215-3344 for a free consultation.

What Are Medication & Pharmacy Errors?

Errors made by doctors, nurses, and pharmacists can include:

  • Administration of the wrong drug
  • Administration of a wrong dosage
  • Prescription of a medication for which the patient has an allergy
  • Improper administration of an intravenous drug
  • Failure to advise of the proper route or duration of a medication
  • Illegible writing
  • Inaccurate information on the prescription
  • Mix-up of drugs with similar names
  • Wrong units of measurement in dosage

Medication errors can result in serious and even deadly consequences. Consequences can include allergic reactions, strokes, heart issues, birth defects, blood clots, addiction, depression, suicide tendency, organ damage, muscle weakness, bone loss, motor vehicle accidents, and more.

If you or a loved one has suffered any negative consequences due to this type of medical malpractice, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages or income, emotional trauma, and more, depending on the circumstances. Our legal team will use all available resources from medical experts to prepare and build your claim; our goal is take on this complex legal task in search of the best possible outcome. Let us fight for you while you devote your efforts to a return to health.

Discuss your case and learn your options from a Louisville medication and pharmacy error lawyer. Connect with Grossman Green PLLC at (502) 215-3344 today.

Why Grossman Green PLLC Is the Right Firm for You

Experienced and Knowledgeable Team

With over 50 years of combined experience, our attorneys contribute their unique knowledge and background to help develop a winning strategy for the client.

Fearless Trial Attorneys

If it becomes necessary, we are not afraid to go to trial. In fact, from the beginning, we prepare every case with the potential of trial in mind.

Collaborative Approach

Not only do we collaborate internally, but we also collaborate with outside professionals and specialist in order to strengthen our clients’ cases.

Strong Client-Attorney Relationships

Our team strives to understand each client and their unique situation. In doing so, we’re able to develop a tailored approach aimed at achieving the best possible result.


Diverse Backgrounds. Collaborative Approach.

Our team works together, sharing knowledge and experience to help build winning strategies for our clients.

Our Case Results

Thousands of Injured Victims Helped

Retained Surgical Sponge

$2 Million

Defective Products

$2.35 Million

Patient Abuse

$2.5 Million

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