Birmingham Incorrect Labeling Lawyers

Pharmacies are responsible for filling prescriptions for their customers in very specific doses, in addition to labeling the medications with the appropriate instructions, drug name, and warnings, among others.

Birmingham consumers often pay large sums of money to fill their prescriptions, so they have every reason to expect that the drugs inside of the bottle will match the label. When a pharmacy incorrectly labels drugs, they put the health and safety of consumers in their community at risk.

If you have suffered from an illness or injury caused by pharmacy error such as incorrectly labeled drugs, there are steps that you can take to help pay for your medical expenses. As such, at Yearout & Traylor, P.C., our lawyers are dedicated to helping the Birmingham community fight for justice against pharmaceutical errors.

Types of Incorrect Labeling

Birmingham pharmacies are responsible for protecting their customers from harm. Some of the ways in which pharmacies can incorrectly label products include:

  • Falsely labeling drug names
  • Providing the wrong dosage
  • Incorrect or inadequate instructions
  • Dispensing to the wrong patient

If you or a loved one has suffered because of incorrectly labeled drugs, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

Consult an Incorrect Labeling Lawyer in Birmingham

Incorrectly labeled pharmaceutical drugs have the potential to leave consumers with debilitating injuries or worse. Birmingham pharmacies whose negligence causes illness or injury can be held accountable for their carelessness.

The Birmingham incorrect labeling lawyers of Yearout & Traylor, P.C. have extensive experience helping Birmingham consumers who have been adversely affected by pharmaceutical errors. Call our offices at 205-414-8160 today if you are interested in learning about how we can help with your pursuit for justice.