The pharmacy gave me wrong medication
Question Details: They gave me someone else medication
I am a lawyer in CT and practice in this area of the law. The pharmacy should have been more careful here; however, you do not have a claim against the pharmacy unless you suggered an injury as a result of the mistake. for instance, if the pharmacy put another person's prescription in a bottle that is marked with your name and you take it and die, then the pharmacy is liable. If you picked up someone else's prescription with and you did not take it, then you do not have a case. i would need to know more details about this as you can see. Provide more info and i wil try to answer the question more definitively.
Concurring with what J.M.A. wrote. The two factors in whether there is a legal claim are (1) fault--did someone do something wrong, such as being unprofessional or careless; and (2) damages--where you injured physically or economically? Even if there was fault, which very likely was the case here, as the old saying goes, "no harm, no foul"--if you never took the medication, or took it and were injured, and were not also injured by reason of not having your own medicine, there there is no claim. If however there was injury--such as you had to go and seek additional medical attention--then you might have a claim to press.