Washington, MO asked in Medical Malpractice for Missouri

Q: If a Psychiatrist Prescribes a Medication that a Patient has a Severe Allergic Interaction Reaction From that Causes

Brain Injury From a Tumble Down thee Steps Due to A Black Out From thee Severe Allergic Interaction Reaction; My Question would be in this Case Is thee Negligence of thee Psychiatrist Prescribing this Medication that He was very Much Aware of the Side Effects Myself as his Patient had bought to his Attention on Numerous Occasions that he Had No Concerns with and Refused to Stop thee Medication and Change it. Would Negligence and Medical Malpractice be The Grounds for Suit in this Case or Shall I use thee Words Brain Injury, Acute Subdural Hematoma, 7 Staples Inserted to thee Head as well and 6 weeks of Speech,Physical and Occupational Therapy

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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  • Medical Malpractice Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: This is almost identical to a post from Washington. I have similar advice--contact a member of the Missouri Trial Lawyers Assn who handles malpractice and drug manufacturer liability--they give free consultations.Get a print out from your drug store for the last 6 months before the incident. Make a copy for the person you will be seeing.

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