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TRISTAR Insurance Data Breach Investigation

The Lyon Firm is investigating a data security incident recently reported by TRISTAR Insurance Group. The breach allegedly impacted as many as 35,000 individuals, placing them at additional future risk of fraud and identity theft. Contact our legal team to learn more about your next steps and how to file a class action data breach claim.

What Happened at TRISTAR?

Back in November 2022, TRISTAR detected suspicious activity within its computer network and launched an investigation with third-party cybersecurity specialists. The review concluded that the unauthorized party removed certain confidential information from its computer network.

On February 1, 2024, TRISTAR Insurance Group filed a notice of data breach with the Attorney General of California after they determined that an unauthorized party accessed the company’s email. The hackers may have been able to access consumers’ sensitive information such as names and Social Security numbers. The company has begun sending out data breach notification letters to all individuals whose information was involved.

If you receive a notification letter from TRISTAR Insurance, it is important to understand what is at risk and how you can begin to mitigate your security risks in the future. Our data breach lawyers can help you file a complaint and seek compensation for related damages.

Operating out of Long Beach, California, TRISTAR is an independent third-party claims administrator that offers three types of services to its insurance company clients: property casualty claims management, benefits administration, and managed care services.

Contact our data breach lawyers to discuss filing a class action lawsuit, or joining existing litigation. We are currently involved in numerous data theft cases, and work diligently to ensure your personal data remains safe in the future. 

You may be able to recover compensation and hold any negligent party accountable for damages. We represent plaintiffs in California and nationwide in a wide variety of data privacy cases. Free consultations available.