Pharmacy Mistake Attorneys

Serving Kansas City, Independence, Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit, all of Missouri, Kansas and the rest of the nation

Since 2005, Horn Law has handled over 120 pharmacy error cases in 36 states. Approximately 60% of our cases involve a prescription filled with a wrong medication. 23% of the cases involve a wrong dosage. We regularly take on cases against Walgreen’s, CVS, Rite-Aid, Wal-Mart, Target, and a host of other large retail pharmacies.

When we agree to take on a pharmacy error case, it is our primary objective to obtain a fair and full recovery for our client. A by-product of our case is that pharmacies will have an incentive to improve procedures in order that the risk of future errors be minimized.

Horn Law was lead counsel for a Minnesota woman who was afflicted with significant skin lesions following a pharmacy error involving a prescription that was being transferred from one pharmacy to another pharmacy. A confidential settlement was reached after the parties entered into a mediation.

A confidential settlement was obtained for a Virginia woman who became pregnant after receiving incorrect instructions regarding a birth control prescription from a mail-order pharmacy.

Horn Law represented the mother and father of a Colorado infant who nearly died because of a prescription error made by a pharmacist employed by a large chain pharmacy. This was a case where the defendant corporation was challenging both liability and damages. A confidential settlement was obtained shortly before trial.

A confidential settlement was obtained for a young child who suffered alleged memory loss due to a prescription error in Texas. Strong testimony from both a well-respected neurologist and an expert toxicologist were the key to this successful result.

Additionally, over the recent past Horn Law has resolved 35 cases involving pharmacy mistakes involving anti-depressant medications. Patients who depend upon these medications for their mental and emotional well-being go through severe pain, suffering, and discomfort when there is a sudden withdrawal of the medication due to the wrong medication or dosage being dispensed.