U.S. Opioid Prescription Malpractice Attorneys

Get the compensation you deserve with the help of our experienced attorneys

There is an opioid epidemic in the United States, and it is at least partially fueled by doctors who negligently fill prescriptions without doing their proper due diligence. Even worse, there are a number of practicing doctors who recklessly or knowingly overprescribe highly addictive medications. If you or a loved one have suffered harm due to prescription opioids, we are here to help. At GED Lawyers, LLP, our experienced prescription malpractice lawyers zealously represent victims and families. We work with families throughout the U.S. with compassion and dedication to helping them find justice after an opioid tragedy.

Negligence in prescribing opioids can quickly lead to addiction and even death

Opioids like hydrocodone, oxycodone, fentanyl, tramadol, and others have legitimate medical uses. Unfortunately, however, these substances are also extremely addictive, and opioid addiction can have a number of negative consequences, including:

  • Job loss
  • Criminal charges
  • Health problems
  • Income instability
  • Divorce
  • Progression to harder street drugs
  • Relationship problems
  • Death

And as noted above, addiction often begins with a legal prescription. If you or a loved one have been harmed by prescription opioids, allow our experienced opioid prescription malpractice attorneys to help you obtain compensation for your losses.

We take an aggressive approach to opioid prescription negligence cases

Our experienced injury attorneys leave no stone unturned when investigating and pursuing an opioid prescription malpractice case. When reviewing the facts of your case, we examine a number of issues, including:

  • The necessity of your prescription
  • The reasonableness of the dosage and duration of your prescription
  • Whether other medications may have been more appropriate
  • The appropriateness of the prescription based on your background
  • The number of times the prescription was refilled without an appointment
  • Whether your doctor provided you with adequate warnings about the addictive qualities of the opioid
  • Whether your doctor has a history of overprescribing medications
  • Whether your doctor authorized prescriptions over the phone or online

It is through the examination of facts such as these that we build your case and pursue financial compensation. So, if you have been harmed by a prescription opioid, take the first step on your road to recovery and contact our experienced U.S. opioid prescription malpractice attorneys today.

If you or someone you love has been harmed by prescription opioids, please contact our experienced U.S. opioid prescription malpractice attorneys today for help

At GED Lawyers, LLP, we are a results-driven group of dedicated and compassionate attorneys, and we’re always ready and willing to fight for your legal rights. With a staff of professionals who are fluent in several languages, we are ready and willing to fight for all members of our community who have been harmed by prescription opioid malpractice. In addition, we understand the pain and suffering caused by prescription opioid addiction, so we will fight zealously for you until a satisfactory result is achieved. If you or a family member have been harmed in any way by prescription opioid addiction, please call us immediately at 561-995-1966 or use our online contact form to speak with one of our injury attorneys today.