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Consulting Radiologists Data Breach Investigation

The Lyon Firm is investigating the Consulting Radiologists data breach on behalf of plaintiffs in Minnesota and nationwide. Call our data breach lawyers now for a free case review and confidential consultation. Learn more about this recent data security incident and discuss the process of filing a class action claim.

What Happened at Consulting Radiologists?

On February 12, 2024, Consulting Radiologists allegedly discovered unusual activity on its computer network and began an investigation with third-party cybersecurity experts.

By April 2024, the company had identified all individuals impacted by the breach and announced they were offering a year of free credit monitoring and identity theft protection services.

Consulting Radiologists has since submitted breach notification samples to multiple states’ attorneys general. It has been reported that as many as 511,000 individuals may have had their personal data impacted by this incident. More details will emerge in the coming weeks, and every case may be unique as far as what has been compromised. The supposed breached information may include the following: name, address, date of birth, Social Security number, health insurance data, and medical data.

Operating out of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Consulting Radiologists provides diagnostic imaging and other radiology services in conjunction with hospitals, clinics, and private practices.

Contact our legal team if you or a loved one has received a data breach notification letter from Consulting Radiologists or another healthcare entity indicating that you have had personal information compromised. It is critical to begin to mitigate the risks of data theft and to consider legal action that can result in rightful compensation.

The Lyon Firm is currently involved in numerous class action data breach lawsuits, and we represent clients nationwide. We believe any company that collects and stores your data has a responsibility to protect it with robust IT security. If any organization fails to protect your personal information, they may be held liable for privacy violations.