Laurel Medication Error Attorneys
Standing Up for Victims of Medical Negligence
Medications must be properly prescribed and administered to ensure patient safety. When physicians and nurses make critical medication errors, patients may suffer serious or fatal injuries.
If a medication error has caused serious harm or injury to you or your loved one, contact the experienced medical malpractice lawyers at McGowan & Cecil, LLC.
We represent clients in medication error claims, including:
- Prescribing or administering the wrong medication
- Incorrect medication dosage errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Doctor and nurse errors
- Hospital pharmacy errors
- Fatal medication errors
Many medication errors occur because medical professionals simply fail to take time to avoid costly errors. Our Laurel medical malpractice attorneys are dedicated to helping individuals who have been seriously harmed due to the negligence and wrongdoing of others.
Contact our firm at (301) 761-2007 for a free case evaluation of your medication error claim.
Experienced in Building Strong Cases for Our Clients
With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys know how to identify medical errors that may give rise to a medical malpractice claim. We know how to use proven discovery measures to uncover evidence that can be used to build strong cases for our clients.
At McGowan & Cecil, LLC, we strive to seek maximum compensation for our clients every time. We are proud of our proven record of results, having won millions on behalf of clients in cases involving serious injuries as well as wrongful death. As a client of our firm, you can be sure that we will work tirelessly to help you obtain the same favorable outcome.
All Cases on a Contingency Fee Basis
From our law firm in Laurel, we serve clients throughout the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. When you have our representation, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis, which means that we charge no fees unless we recover the damages you are owed. We do this so you can focus more on your full recovery rather than worry about any financial obligation.