A doctor has a legal and ethical responsibility to prevent patients from being harmed due to drug complications. Drug complications arise when a patient’s prescription dangerously interacts with another medication, form of treatment, or the person’s own body processes. This interaction can cause very serious health problems that are often easily avoided whenever appropriate precautions are taken. If a physician doesn’t work to avoid drug complications from arising by carefully considering the effects a prescription might have on a person, he or she may be held accountable for his or her errors.
At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C., we firmly believe in fighting alongside people in Racine as they take on the medical professionals responsible for their suffering caused by drug complications. Although this can seem like a daunting process, it is typically necessary to get the justice and financial compensation a victim needs.
Doctors prescribing drugs need to know and understand what kinds of chemicals are in different drugs and how they may affect a patient. This includes a careful consideration of what other drugs a patient may be taking as well as an understanding of how a particular condition may affect their body’s chemistry. The following serious health problems may occur because of drug complications:
If a physician doesn’t work to reduce the chances of these complications arising, he or she may be held accountable through a medical malpractice lawsuit. If successful, a patient may be able to win a wide range of financial coverage for their injury-related expenses.
If you’ve been injured because of drug complications that could have been avoided by a doctor, it may be possible to pursue financial compensation through a medical malpractice claim. For more information about how to prepare such a lawsuit in Racine and how a lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. may be able to help you, call (262) 554-6200.