Support for Attorneys – Simplifying Drug Therapy

ATTORNEYS

The complexity of drug therapy requires an expert capable of reviewing, writing and supporting attorneys in the understanding of drug therapy. Law firms seek experts in medication management not only in negligent cases but also in antitrust, reimbursement, manufacturing and policy support. If your firm does not have a pharmacist available for oversight and litigation support, or is in need of one, perhaps this is the time to give us a call.

Having a complete and current understanding of drug therapy is done through academic appointments and clinical daily responsibilities. Additionally, having and in-depth understanding of various sectors of pharmacy practice allows for diverse consulting a range of case types. Long-term care, institutional (prison), infusion, hospice, and retail practice has strengthened the ability to decipher the medical management of patients transitioning through the different health care settings.

Advocacy through the writing and delivery of testimony to State Representatives on important issues facing our citizens give rise to the process of how the development of legislation for or against various pharmacy concerns occurs.

Delivering a clear summation of complex pharmacy situations through an open and honest dialogue is the goal which will be achieved.

Complete CV and fee schedule information is available upon request.

AREAS OF MEDICATION EXPERTISE

  • Adverse Drug Reactions
  • Chronic Pain
  • Drugs and Narcotics
  • Geriatrics
  • Hospice/Palliative Care
  • Hospital Pharmacy
  • Infusion Pharmacy
  • Long Term Care
  • Medical-Legal Issues
  • Nursing Homes
  • Overdose
  • Pain Management
  • Pharmaceutical Care
  • Pharmacology

CASE TYPES

  • Defense, Nursing Home Pharmacy
  • Defense, Retail Pharmacy
  • Defense, Insurance Company
  • Defense, Health-System
  • Defense, Individual v. Ohio State Board of Pharmacy
  • Plaintiff, Individual v. Individual
  • Defense, Individual v. Health-System, LTCF
  • Defense, Individual v. Individual (Federal)