If you or a loved one were seriously injured by Visicol or another oral sodium phosphate, you may be entitled to file a Visicol lawsuit seeking compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other injuries. The Visicol lawyers at our law firm are currently reviewing potential Visicol lawsuits on behalf of individuals who have experienced any of the following Visicol side effects:

  • acute phosphate nephropathy
  • kidney failure
  • chronic kidney disease
  • end stage renal failure
  • other kidney injury
  • death

Visicol Acute Phosphate Nephropathy

The FDA has confirmed that at least 21 people have developed the life-threatening kidney condition known as acute phosphate nephropathy after using oral sodium phosphates like Visicol. Also referred to as acute

nephrocacinosis, acute phosphate nephropathy is a kidney condition that occurs when calcium-phosphate crystals deposit in the renal tubules. In some cases, acute phosphate nephropathy can permanently impair kidney function and lead to kidney failure and/or death.

Visicol Black Box Warning

In December 2008, the FDA announced that a black box warning would be added to Visicol and other prescription oral sodium phosphate bowel cleansers. At that time, the agency also indicated that over-the-counter oral sodium phosphates, such as Fleet Phospho Soda, should not be used in high doses for colonoscopy preparation and should only be available by prescription. Following this announcement, C.B. Fleet issued a Fleet Phospho Soda recall withdrawing the company’s over-the-counter oral sodium phosphates from the market.

Free Visicol Lawsuit Consultation

If you or a loved one were seriously injured by Visicol or another oral sodium phosphate, the Visicol attorneys at our law firm would be happy to answer your legal questions and address your concerns. The Visicol attorneys at our law firm can also inform you of your legal rights and options, as well as your chances at succeeding in a Visicol lawsuit.

Contact our law firm today for a free and confidential case evaluation to determine whether you are eligible to file a Visicol lawsuit. Our attorneys operate on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no fees or charges unless a recovery is obtained in your case.

Published November 17, 2011 by