If you received a notice that your information was compromised, you may be able to start a class action to collect money for the harm you’ve suffered.
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At A Glance
What's Going On?
Attorneys need to hear from people affected by the Horne, LLP data breach as they investigate whether a class action lawsuit can be filed.
What You Can Do
If you got a letter or email about the breach, fill out the form on this page to learn more about the investigation and how you can help.
Does This Cost Anything?
It costs nothing to get in touch or to talk to someone about your rights.
What Can I Get?
If filed and successful, a class action lawsuit could provide consumers with money for any harm resulting from the breach.
Horne, LLP Data Breach:
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking into whether a class action lawsuit can be filed in light of the Horne, LLP data breach.
As part of their investigation, they need to hear from individuals who received a notice stating they were impacted.
Horne, LLP, which provides business advisory and consulting services, has reported a data breach affecting more than 170,000 individuals.
According to a notice submitted to the Maine Attorney General's office, Horne became aware of "suspicious activity" in certain systems in December 2021. An investigation was launched and found that an unauthorized party gained access to certain files and folders within the company's network for several days.
Consequently, Horne initiated an extensive manual review process to identify the individuals and clients whose information was involved and completed this process by notifying impacted clients, which may include Cal-Maine Foods and Citizens National Bank, around October 25, 2023.
The potentially impacted data, varying for each individual, may include name, Social Security number and financial account information.
If your information was exposed in the breach, attorneys want to hear from you. You may be able to start a class action lawsuit to recover compensation for loss of privacy, time spent dealing with the breach, out-of-pocket costs, and more.
A successful case could also force Horne, LLP to ensure it takes proper steps to protect the information it was entrusted with.