The Lyon Firm Files CR England Data Breach Class Action Complaint
UPDATE: The Lyon Firm has filed a class action complaint against CR England in Utah.
The plaintiffs alleges that C.R. England failed to reasonably secure, monitor, and maintain Personally Identifiable Information (PII) provided by clients, consumers, and employees, including full names, addresses, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers stored on its private network.
As a result, Plaintiffs allegedly suffered damages in the form of identity theft, loss of value of their PII, out-of-pocket expenses and the value of their time.
The Lyon Firm is actively involved in class action personal privacy and data theft cases and is currently investigating CR England data breach claims on behalf of plaintiffs in Utah and nationwide.
According to reports, CR England has begun sending out data breach notices to over 224,000 individuals. In October 2021, CR England discovered unauthorized activity on their systems and hired cybersecurity experts to conduct an investigation into the security incident. It was determined that there was unauthorized access to certain files that may include Social Security numbers. On April 20, 2022, CR England determined that the potentially stolen files contained the personal information of thousands of individuals.
Cr England is a transportation company that offers logistics solutions as well as driver’s education.