In the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California final week, SuperCare Health, Inc. was hit with one other proposed class motion based mostly on a data breach that allegedly compromised the non-public and well being info of over 300,000 present and former sufferers. SuperCare Health is a respiratory-care supplier.
Lead plaintiff, Hamid Shalviri, alleges that SuperCare did not safeguard sufferers’ private and well being info, resulting in the compromise of affected person names, addresses, dates of delivery, medical insurance, and medical information. Shalviri additionally alleges that Supercare did not notify the affected sufferers for eight months after the breach occurred.
The go well with contains allegations of negligence, breach of implied contract, invasion of privacy, and violations of the California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act. The criticism additional alleges that the affected sufferers have suffered anxiousness and lack of time and now face a considerable danger of fraud and identity theft attributable to this data breach.
In addition to Shalviri’s lawsuit, Vickey Angulo sued SuperCare over this data breach in the identical courtroom (filed April 13, 2022), and Marina Cardenas and Susie Frazier-Telles filed an analogous go well with within the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada (filed April 11, 2022).
Shalviri seeks precise damages, statutory damages, and attorneys’ charges and prices.