Practice Max Lawsuit – Data Breach of Medical Information
Consumer Protection Attorneys in California
The PracticeMax network experienced a ransomware attack, during which it was subject to unauthorized access, beginning on April 17, 2021 and ending on May 5, 2021.
PracticeMax regained access to its systems on May 6, 2021 and determined one server containing Protected Health Information (PHI) was accessed and certain files may have been removed.
On August 19, 2021, PracticeMax concluded its investigation, conducted by its third-party security forensics firm.
*The investigation revealed that some of your personal information may have been accessed by an unauthorized individual.
While identity thieves are becoming more sophisticated at breaking through the data protection of businesses, it is the company’s responsibility to provide the highest level of security for their consumers. This is especially true when medical information is involved. Medical information of the type lost here, is given special protection under California law.
(858) 293-4614 Call now to review your case with our Data Breach intake specialist. During this call, our intake specialist will review your claim regarding the Practice Max Lawsuit.
*HIPAA and CMIA Violations – You may be entitled to damages or other remedies. If you received notice that your information was stolen due to a data breach incident, contact Potter Handy, LLP to join our class action lawsuit. No out-of-pocket expenses from you.
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What Information Was Involved?
The information that was potentially accessed includes:
- your first and last name
- date of birth
- phone number
- anthem member ID number
- clinical data pertaining to kidney care services that you received
Practice Max Lawsuit – Contact Our California Data Breach Lawyers
Have you received notice that your information was stolen due to a data breach incident? If so, you may be entitled to damages or other remedies.
Every day, insurance companies and health care providers lose protected medical information through careless acts, such as emailing third parties’ medical information or sending your personal information to third parties without any encryption or protection.
Our attorneys at Potter Handy, LLP have been instrumental in protecting privacy rights.