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DATA BREACH ALERT: Delta Dental of California

You may be entitled to up to $25,000 if you are the first person to help us investigate a data breach, like in our last data breach case against Capital One.

If you were a Delta Dental of California patient and received a letter from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, your personal and sensitive information may have been compromised. A data breach occurs when sensitive or confidential information is accessed, stolen or used without authorization. In many cases, this can result in identity theft, financial loss and other serious consequences for affected individuals. Data breaches are very serious and courts, like us, want to stop them immediately. It appears a bad actor stole personal information from the Delta Dental of California.

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If you help us stop this breach, you could be entitled to an incentive award by the court, which typically happens when we are the first to file the case. With our last two class actions, the plaintiffs were awarded $15,000 each. Last year our client and all the other class action members in a data breach were awarded up to $25,000.

At The Consumer Protection Firm, we’re committed to helping people understand the legal implications of data breaches and the role of consumer protection in mitigating their effects.

Under state and federal law, businesses have a legal obligation to protect the personal information of their customers, which includes implementing reasonable security measures to safeguard data and notifying customers in the event of a breach. Failure to meet these obligations can result in significant legal and financial consequences, including lawsuits, regulatory fines and damage to the company's reputation. Our experienced attorneys work tirelessly to maximize your compensation and protect your future.

The Consumer Protection Firm charges nothing to consult we only get paid if we win, so call us now for a free consultation and review "What to do in the Aftermath of a Data Breach."


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