Girard Sharp attorneys are investigating potential claims on behalf of customers of Santa Clara Family Health Plan whose personal and sensitive information—including medical records, Social Security numbers, and insurance information—may have been accessed during a hacking incident.
If you received a notice of breach of data from Santa Clara Family Health Plan, contact a data privacy attorney to discuss your rights. You may be entitled to relief. Fill out the form below or call us toll-free at (866) 981-4800 for a free consultation with a Girard Sharp attorney.
More Information on the Santa Clara Family Health Plan Data Breach
Around March 30, 2023, Santa Clara Family Health Plan (“SCFHP”) learned that confidential consumer information in its possession was subject to unauthorized access. The incident reportedly resulted in an unauthorized party gaining access to consumers’ protected health information, which may include medical records including past and current medications, Social Security numbers, and health insurance information. After confirming that consumer data was exposed, SCFHP began sending out data breach notification letters to all individuals who were impacted by the recent incident.
If you received a notice of data breach from Santa Clara Family Health Plan, you may have a legal claim.
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