Client Suffers Stroke after Being Taken off Necessary Medication

Due to regular incidents of atrial fibrillation (an irregular heartbeat), this client was prescribed Coumadin to prevent cardioembolic complications (strokes) frequently experienced by those suffering from atrial fibrillation. Client’s cardiologist recommended that client remain on the anti-coagulation therapy. Nevertheless, client’s regular physician removed her from the blood thinner. As a result, client suffered a stroke and was left with minor neurological deficits. The client called the Rosen Louik & Perry, Pittsburgh Malpractice Attorneys, to review her claim. A medication malpractice claim was filed. This case settled for $327,500.00.

Errors in medication treatment or doses can have serious consequences. Contact us immediately if you or a loved one has received improper medication treatment. You may be entitled to make a claim. Contact Rosen Louik & Perry today at 800-440-5297, we know Pennsylvania medication malpractice law