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We are currently investigating the cases below. If you or a loved one has been affected by any, please contact us to discuss your case.
For many years, Intel has designed and sold computer processors (CPUs) with serious security flaws. The company had been aware of the issues but failed to notify millions of affected customers.
U.S. Bank experienced a data breach in July 2020 when a server was physically stolen from a corporate office putting the personal and financial information of account holders at risk.
Warner Music Group experienced a data breach in August 2020, that compromised several WMG operated e-commerce sites. Sensitive information of customers who visited these sites between April 25, 2020 and August 5, 2020 may have been compromised. The information at risk includes: name, email address, phone number, and credit card information .
CaseyGerry is currently investigating reports of Eclipse recreational vehicles that have experienced frame fracturing.
Emanate recently experienced a data breach which may have compromised sensitive patient information.
In July 2020, RadNet experienced a breach when an unauthorized third party gained access to their server exposing employee information. Compromised information includes names, Social Security numbers, drivers’ license numbers and more.
Popular car-seat maker, Graco, falsely marketed its booster seats – TurboBooster Highback Car Seat and AFFIX Youth Booster Seat- as safe for children 30lbs and above despite scientific evidence and industry standards proving that using booster seats for children under 40lbs is unsafe.
National franchise eatery, Dickey’s BBQ experienced a data breach that occurred undetected for over 12-months. the breach affected millions of patrons and put them at risk for fraud and identity theft.
Service provider, EyeMed experienced a data breach in June 2020 when an unauthorized user gained access to a company mailbox containing information of past and current EyeMed patients.
Ascend Clinical reported a data breach that occurred in May 2020. Patient information such as name, social security number and medical information was compromised.