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For over 40 years, Searcy Denney has helped Florida patients recover compensation for their medical malpractice injuries. Our attorneys take decisive steps designed to maximize compensation for the damages you sustained because of a medication error. We investigate to collect proof of pharmacy error damages, such as doctors’ records, photographs, diagnostic tests, eyewitness testimony and expert opinions.
Your hospital bill may not include fees for independent contractors and outside services, which is the norm in modern health care. Our attorneys make sure we have all your medical bills so you are not surprised with a large bill after your case has settled or a verdict award has been rendered.
Your injury may require future treatments or continual medical attention. In anticipation of this need, our attorneys consult with experts to calculate funds needed for you to get the future care you need.
If you could not work because of your injuries, our attorneys prove the wages you lost. We might present paystubs, tax returns or a letter from your employer. If you own your own company, our accounting expert assists us with proving the profit losses attributed to your injury.
Our lawyers calculate what you might have earned had you not been injured by a pharmacy error. We consider a variety of factors that might increase this value. Were you up for a promotion at your job? Did you just receive training that increased your value to the company? Were you enrolled in school? Did you have special skills becoming increasingly more marketable?
Living with a disability may interfere with your ability to enjoy the activities you once loved. You deserve to be compensated for the limitations imposed on you and losing your enjoyment of life. Our attorneys pursue damages to help you improve your quality of life.
Pain and suffering are non-economic damages. However, this term often reflects substantial financial losses. Our lawyers build a strong case for pain and suffering, while remaining aware of how the current legal climate could affect your recovery on these types of damages.
Current Florida laws limit some types of non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering and loss of consortium. However, this cap has been repeatedly challenged and struck down in the courts under certain circumstances. Our Florida pharmacy error attorneys remain up-to-date on the latest court cases and legislative actions and advise you accordingly.
Searcy Denney pursues the maximum damages in your pharmacy error case. To schedule a free appointment with a Florida pharmacy error attorney, call our firm at (800) 780-8607. We handle your claim on a contingency fee basis, so you do not owe us attorneys’ fees until we recover damages through a settlement or verdict.