Talbert House Data Breach

Talbert House® Data Breach

Updated: January 02, 2023

Settlement Status: Open to Claims

Claim Form Deadline: December 21, 2022

Estimated: Up To $1,000,000

Proof required: No

Method of payment: Mailed Check

What's The Talbert House Data Breach Settlement About?

Talbert House in Ohio was breached in July and September of 2021, according to reports. They found data from Marketo that had been sold to non-profit agencies. The non-profit agency also collected data from clients and employees, as well as data from third parties and partners.

Talbert House suffered a data security breach on or about June 11, 2021, that potentially compromised the Private Information of its clients, patients, employees, partners, and third parties. Talbert House provided notice to individuals whose Private Information may have been impacted, alleging that it failed to adequately protect the Private Information of the potentially affected individuals and asserting various claims, including negligence, negligence per se, invasion of privacy, breach of implied contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and unjust enrichment. Talbert House denies the allegations and disputes them.

How Do I Qualify?

If your Private Information was potentially compromised in the June 2021 Data Security Incident at Talbert House and if it was kept on Talbert House's system, you are a member of the Settlement Class. Additionally, Talbert House experienced a Data Security Incident involving certain subclass of individuals whose Social Security number, driver's license number, and/or financial information (credit and/or account information) were included.

How much will I get?

Class Members may seek monetary compensation for verified losses including:
• up to $100 for loss of time reimbursement at $20 per hour;
• up to $4,000 in reimbursed out-of-pocket expenses and financial losses per claimant.

You will be paid the amount approved by the Claims Administrator after processing your Claim if you submit a timely Claim Form for monetary recovery. Upon the Court granting a final approval order, you will be eligible to receive credit monitoring and identity restoration services pre-registered for or submitted a claim for.
You can submit the required documentation for out-of-pocket losses. No documentation is required for Lost Time Claims.

How Do I File a Claim?

You must submit the Claim Form below or by mail HERE and send it to:

Engle v. Talbert House
c/o Kroll Settlement Administration
PO Box 225391
New York, NY 10150-5391

You must submit any Claims by December 21, 2022. There may be only one valid and timely Claim per Class Member for a given Class.

When the court is gonna approve the settlement?

Even though the Class Action has already been preliminarily approved by the Court, the judgment that will impact the rights of all members of the Class must be given final approval before it can be implemented. The Notice is intended to alert the Settlement Class of the Court's decision to preliminarily certify the Settlement Class, and to provide them with the opportunity to opt out of the class and to express their view on whether to finalize the Settlement Agreement.

The Lawsuit Settlement is anticipated to be approved by February 8, 2023. If the Court does not grant final approval to the Settlement Agreement, or if it is terminated by the Parties, the Settlement Agreement will be void and the class certification will proceed as stipulated. This settlement will provide you with compensation if you suffered certain losses as a result of the defendant's conduct. The hearing to determine whether or not to approve the settlement is scheduled, and you are not required to attend. Please, be aware that the hearing may be postponed to a later date, and if it is, please be patient.

Claim Form Website: THDataSettlement.com

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