My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of GA
I am the mother of a 16 year old daughter. My daughter has delt with weight issues for 2 years. I took her to the doctor when her behavior changed. She was diagnosed with ADD, ADHD and bipolar. I always went to Walgreens to pick up her meds and when it was time for her to take them, I gave them to her. Well one day we went to Walgreens for last minute items for the weekend and I had called her meds refill in, but planned on getting it later. My daughter went to the restroom and I didn't know she detoured to the pharmacy to get her meds. One day she acts 30 yrs old and a lot of times, 10. I really don't know what to expect from day to day. I get home and start cooking only for someone to knock on my door informing me she was outside lying on the ground with an empty pill bottle in her hand and her heartbeat was very weak. After calling 911, I could not believe what was happening and when EMS arrived they worked on her for 45 minutes! After being in ICU for a week and recovering, I called Walgreens and asked how could they give my daughter who was under 18 antidepressants knowing the side effects. All the pharmacist could say is it was her meds and she verified her address. I am still upset because they feel they did nothing wrong. If you look at my daughter, you would be able to see she is not mentally able to get her own meds. What should I do?