Data Breach Attorneys in California Protecting Consumer Rights
The Data Breach Attorneys at Potter Handy LLP have the knowledge and resources to review your case, investigate the breach, and, if necessary, fight for justice.
Potter Handy LLP is investigating a data breach on behalf of its clients, who may have had their personal and protected information unlawfully accessed by an unidentified third party. To protect the rights and privacy of anyone affected by the PostMeds data breach, Potter Handy LLP will review your data breach claim at no cost.
On November 30, 2023, the Data Breach Lawyers at Potter Handy, LLP submitted the First Amended Class Action Complaint to the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles.
We are only interested in claims that arose in California.
PostMeds identified on August 31, 2023, that an unauthorized individual obtained access to a portion of the files utilized for pharmacy management and fulfillment services. PostMeds initiated an investigation with the aid of cybersecurity experts. The PostMeds investigation concluded that the unauthorized individual gained access to the files from August 30, 2023, to September 1, 2023. One or more of those files included your name and prescription details. The information displayed variations among individuals, potentially including medication type, demographic data, and/or details regarding the prescribing physician.
If you have received a letter saying that a data breach has exposed your personal information, you should seek the assistance of our highly qualified Data Breach Lawyers. These attorneys can effectively protect your legal rights and make sure that those liable for the harm they have caused are held accountable.
When you retain the services of a knowledgeable Data Breach Lawyer in California, you can have peace of mind knowing that your interests are being protected in every aspect of the case.
Contact us online or call our data breach intake professionals at (415) 534-1911.
What Information Was Involved in the PostMeds Data Breach?
The investigation has determined that the incident may have resulted in unauthorized access to some personal and protected information. The information at issue varies by individual and may include:
- Date of birth
- Email address
- Medical treatment
- Diagnosis information
- Demographic information
- Health insurance information
All of the specific files that may have been accessed or removed could not be determined.
Protecting Consumers’ Privacy Rights Following the PostMeds Data Breach
If you were notified that your information had been stolen as a result of the PostMeds data breach, you may be entitled to compensation or other remedies.
Please call (415) 534-1911 for an appointment with Mark Potter and Jim Treglio of Potter Handy LLP in San Francisco. During this call, our intake professionals will review your claim regarding the PostMeds data breach. Free Consultations 24/7. No out-of-pocket expenses.