Poor quality medication, treatment, and diagnosis cause death and injury to thousands across the United States each year. Some examples of negligence are as follows:

*Failing to properly diagnose.

*Failing to monitor and supervise.

*Failing to meet the appropriate standard of care.

*Failing to properly monitor dose and/or side effects.

*Failing to provide proper medical advice to patients.

*Failing to properly test patients and drug interactions.

*Failing to control diversion of medication.

If you are a patient, or worked as an employee, of any medical provider that you suspect is guilty of negligence, contact us for a free consultation.