Nursing Home Medication Errors in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

Administration of Incorrect Medicine or Dosage | Overmedication or Under-Medication | Giving Medication at the Wrong Time

Administering medicationMost residents in nursing homes rely on pharmaceutical products to give them the highest quality of life — blood pressure medication, diuretics, cardiac medications, antidepressants. The careful and proper administration of those medications is extremely important. Too much or too little of a drug can have serious consequences. A pill given at the wrong time can lead to serious discomfort or pain. When your loved one has suffered needlessly because a nursing home employee neglected to properly handle their medications, you have the right to take legal action to hold them accountable.

At the office of Aronberg, Kouser, Snyder & Lindemann, P.A., Attorneys at Law, we have more than 35 years of experience representing personal injury victims in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We recognize that the circumstances that led to your injury are unique, and that you will likely need different things to fully recover your losses. We don’t have a single approach that we use with every client; instead, we’ll take the time to find out exactly what happened so that we can customize our counsel to get the outcome you want.

Even though we have the experience, knowledge and skill to quickly assess your case and determine whether it will be in your best interests to seek a settlement, we are always willing and able to take your case to court to get the results you want. We are experienced and recognized trial attorneys; attorney Robert Aaron Greenberg is certified as a civil trial lawyer by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

We offer a free initial consultation. Contact us online or call us at 856-429-1700 (toll free at 856-429-1700) to set up an appointment.

Our Representation in Nursing Home Medication Error Claims

We provide full-service legal representation to persons who have suffered needless injury because of medication errors in a nursing home or long-term care facility. We will carefully gather, evaluate and protect all evidence in your case, and will prepare and file all pleadings and other documents necessary to take your claim through the courts. We will also be strong advocates for you in all hearings or proceedings.

We take all types of claims involving nursing home drug or medication errors, including cases involving:

  • Administration of the wrong drug
  • Overmedication or under-medication — Failing to give medications when required or doubling up on dosages
  • Giving medication at the wrong time — Giving antidepressants (which make you sleepy) in the morning or giving drugs that should be taken with food at times when you are not going to eat

Contact Our Offices in CHerry Hill, Philadelphia & Somers Point

Contact us by e-mail or call our office at 856-429-1700 (toll free at 856-429-1700) to schedule an appointment. Your first consultation is without cost or obligation.

We handle all nursing home medication error claims on a contingency basis. We won’t charge any attorney fees unless we recover compensation for your losses.

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