CVS Prescription Delay – Class Action Investigation
Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson is investigating a potential class action amid reports of CVS customers reporting recent delays in getting their prescriptions refilled. Specifically, it is reported that customers are facing 1-2 week delays on prescriptions being filled. When customers try calling their local CVS to inquire about the delay, they are either met with very long wait times and/or are never able to reach anyone at their local pharmacy. For those with particularly time sensitive prescriptions, any kind of delay poses health concerns.
If you have been experiencing long delay in getting your prescriptions refilled at CVS, please contact the attorney(s) listed below.
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Attorneys for this case:
Benjamin F. Johns
Samantha E. Holbrook
Alex M. Kashurba