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Carrozza v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

Court: US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

Docket: 19-1776

Opinion Date: March 31, 2021

Judge: Katzmann

Areas of Law: Drugs & Biotech, Personal Injury

The First Circuit affirmed the judgment of the district court granting summary judgment in favor of CVS Pharmacy, Inc. and dismissing this complaint involving a pharmacist’s dispensation of a prescription that triggered the pharmacy’s internal warning system, holding that the district court did not err. Plaintiff brought this action alleging that he sustained permanent ocular damages as a result of a medication dispensed by CVS. Plaintiff brought a claim for negligence, a claim under Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 93A, and a claim for product liability. The district court granted summary judgment for CVS. The First Circuit affirmed, holding that Plaintiff did not provide any adequate basis for reversing the district court’s decisions.

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