Apria Healthcare Data Breach Investigation

Apria Healthcare Data Breach Investigation

Data Breach Class Action and Mass Tort Investigation

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What is the Apria Health Data Breach Investigation

Apria Healthcare is a company that provides medical equipment and supplies to patients in their homes. They serve more than one million patients a year in over 300 locations throughout the U.S. On May 22, 2023, Apria sent out data breach notices to nearly 1.8 million patients. These letters were sent to notify affected individuals of an incident in which an unauthorized third party broke into the Apria network and stole patient data, including:

• Security Codes,
• Passwords
• PIN codes.
Other PII (Personally Identifiable Information)

Data breaches can also result in a long-term erosion of personal data privacy, as the hacked personally identifiable information may be traded or shared amongst cyber-criminals for years to come, on the internet, the dark web, or elsewhere.. This significantly increases the risk of further identity theft, financial fraud and massive headaches for consumers and victims.

How Do I Qualify?

If you received a letter from Apria Healthcare, LLC, notifying you that your personal information was impacted in their data breach, contact us to find out if you may be eligible for compensation!

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