Medication Errors in Nursing Homes


Medication is a common part of many elderly people’s lives and in nursing home facilities, routine prescription regimens are critical to maintaining resident well-being. However, when these regimens are not treated with the vigilance and respect they deserve, nursing home residents can be harmed due to medication or prescription errors. When negligence contributes to these errors, families may seek financial compensation for these inexcusable mistakes.

If your elderly or disabled loved one has been harmed by a prescription or medication error, our team at Brooks LeBoeuf, P.A. is ready to assist your family. Our compassionate, proven Tallahassee nursing home neglect attorneys are industry recognized for the quality of their work and know what it takes to hold these facilities and their administrators accountable for their wrongdoing.

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Implicating a beneficial medication regimen depends on precision and timeliness. Many nursing home facilities have efficient, safe systems for distributing and administering medication, but it only takes one error to put a resident’s health at risk.

Common instances of these prescription/medication errors include:

  • Delivering the wrong medication to a patient
  • Mislabeling or improperly storing medication
  • Administering the wrong dosage to a patient
  • Giving a patient medication they could be allergic to
  • Administering medication that has a known reaction to another prescription

If you believe that one of the above factors played a role in your loved one’s medication error, it may be time to seek legal counsel. At Brooks LeBoeuf, P.A., we’re ready to examine your loved one’s medical record, assess all relevant evidence and testimony, and develop a thorough and compelling claim for relief on your behalf.

Want to learn more about what our firm can do for your family at this critical time? Contact us today to request a free consultation.