Holding Negligent Medical Care Teams Accountable

When prescribing medication, doctors and pharmacists are obligated to make sure that they follow the right protocols in prescribing or dispensing medication. This means researching a full list of all of your medications, providing prescriptions for the right medicine at the appropriate dosage and properly filling your prescription.

When that obligation is not fulfilled — when a physician does not properly prescribe a medication or a pharmacist incorrectly fills a prescription — you or a loved one could suffer serious injuries or sickness, even death by overdose.

If you were a hospital patient whose medication was not overseen accurately by your attending physician, or your pharmacist made mistakes with your prescription, you have rights to hold your doctor responsible should you suffer further injury or sickness as a result. Attorneys Michael W. Flanigan and Christian N. Bataille possess more than 65 years of combined legal experience litigating claims throughout Alaska. We will thoroughly research and pursue all avenues of recovery for innocent victims of medication mistakes.

If an overdose, underdose, mislabeling of a medication or misinterpreted drug interaction caused you or a loved one to suffer, contact the law office of Flanigan & Bataille at 907-279-9999.

Common Causes Of Prescription Or Medication Errors

Our attorneys have extensive experience in prosecuting claims based on a medical provider's failure to properly prescribe, monitor or manage medications and drug interactions. We can help you if you or a loved one has been injured because your medical provider or pharmacist:

  • Failed to notify you of a drug's possible side effects
  • Prescribed medication has harmful side effects when taken with other medications
  • Prescribed an inappropriate dosage of medication
  • Prescribed the wrong medication
  • Failed to monitor your condition while taking certain medication
  • Dispensed the wrong medicine

We know that failure to monitor drug levels and drug interactions can result in serious medical complications, including neurologic, cardiac, kidney and respiratory problems. That is why we thoroughly investigate your claim to determine who was responsible and prepare your claim to ensure that you obtain just and fair compensation including losses from lost income, medical bills, pain and emotional trauma.

Your Advocates Following A Serious Medical Mistake

We work diligently to safeguard our clients' interests when professional negligence takes its toll on an innocent person, physically and financially. If you believe you have been the victim of a medication-related error at, contact the experienced lawyers at Flanigan & Bataille at their Anchorage office 907-279-9999 or send an email. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.