Seeking Justice After A Serious Medication Error

When a serious medication error is made, catastrophic injuries or wrongful death frequently results. If you or a loved one has been harmed by a medication error, it is important to hire an experienced attorney who can help you uncover the truth about the cause of your injury.

At DiFilippo, Flaherty & Steinhaus, PLLC, we are skilled at investigating complex cases involving medication errors made by a variety of health care providers, including doctors, nurses, hospitals, anesthesiologists and pharmacists. Our attorneys have a long history of success in helping our injured clients obtain justice and fair compensation that helps them recover from their injuries and move forward with their lives.

Call 716-539-9681 to schedule a free consultation with an East Aurora medication error attorney. We serve clients throughout Western New York.

Fighting For Patients' Rights

There are many types of medication errors, all of which have the potential to cause serious harm to a patient. Our accomplished lawyers have decades of combined experience handling cases dealing with a variety of medical mistakes, including:

  • Ordering the wrong medication for the patient's age or condition
  • Incorrect drug concentration or dosage
  • Anesthesia error
  • Ordering medication that conflicts or is "contraindicated" with other medications
  • Incorrect drug labeling
  • Ordering the wrong medication due to misdiagnosis

If you or a loved one has been a victim of a medication error, our law firm can help you claim the damages you need and deserve.

Erie County Prescription Error Attorneys

With a focus on compassionate client service, aggressive advocacy and proven results, DiFilippo, Flaherty & Steinhaus, PLLC, aims to be the only law firm you will need to visit to resolve your medical malpractice matter and all your other legal needs. Contact us at 716-539-9681 or 716-652-9600 to discuss your particular case with one of our experienced attorneys.

Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation on your behalf.