Chattanooga Medication Errors Lawyers

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Every year, thousands of hospital patients suffer serious injury or death as a result of medical negligence. Medication errors and other common hospital mistakes that cause injury include:

  • Pharmacy errors
  • Doctors and nurses providing unsafe/wrong doses of medication
  • Providing the wrong medication to patients
  • Failure to protect patients from hospital-acquired infections
  • Failure to properly monitor patients
  • Failure to diagnose
  • Surgical errors
  • Birth and delivery errors
  • Emergency room errors

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a medication error, contact the experienced medical malpractice attorneys at Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers Based in Chattanooga, our law firm serves clients throughout the state of Tennessee.

Our Chattanooga medication errors attorneys have decades of experience handling medical malpractice claims. In addition to handling claims for plaintiffs, Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers attorney James T. Neal has prior experience representing physicians and insurance defense companies. As a result of his malpractice defense experience, we understand the issues that prompt insurance companies to settle cases, the defenses they may raise, and how to effectively prosecute hospital malpractice claims.

People who retain our firm for their case receive personalized legal service from a dedicated attorney. At our firm, your case will not be shuffled off to a paralegal or inexperienced attorney. Our medical malpractice team has considerable experience and a proven record of results. As experienced negotiators and trial lawyers, we can provide the quality legal representation you require.

Contact Us for Tennessee Pharmacy Malpractice Negligence Attorneys

Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers, is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We offer a free consultation to discuss your case. To speak with a Tennessee pharmacy malpractice negligence lawyer at our firm about a medication error, call 423-933-2738. You may also contact us by e-mail.