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Telehealth Privacy Violations

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Telehealth Data Privacy Lawsuits

Investigating health website data tracking & HIPAA Violation Lawsuits

In an era defined by the convergence of technology and healthcare, the provision of telehealth services has revolutionized the way we access and receive medical care. While the benefits are abundantly clear, the safeguarding of sensitive health data in the virtual realm is a paramount concern.

At The Lyon Firm, we specialize in navigating the complex landscape of Telehealth Data Privacy Law. Our dedicated legal team is well-versed in the intricate web of regulations, privacy standards, and emerging issues associated with the telehealth industry.

With the convergence of telemedicine and data privacy, the potential for data breaches and confidentiality lapses has escalated. We are committed to ensuring that your personal health information remains secure and that your rights are upheld in the ever-changing landscape of telehealth data protection.

Contact us today to discuss your telehealth data privacy concerns and explore the legal remedies available to you. Your privacy is our priority.

What Companies Have Third-Party Tracking Code?

The Markup reported that 49 direct-to-consumer telehealth companies had a third-party tracking code on their site, with the potential to share data with third parties. The study follows another privacy report that revealed many healthcare systems in the U.S. using tracking code on their web portals.

The following sites were tested for tracking code in the report:

  • Apostrophe
  • Bicycle Health
  • Boulder Care
  • Brightline
  • Brightside
  • Calibrate
  • Cerebral
  • Clearing
  • Cove
  • Curology
  • DearBrightly
  • Done
  • Dorsal
  • Eleanor Health
  • Elektra Health
  • Facet
  • Favor
  • Folx
  • Found
  • Gennev
  • Hers
  • Hims
  • Keeps
  • Kick Health
  • KwikMed
  • Lemonaid
  • Mantra Health
  • Mindbloom
  • Minded
  • Mistr
  • Monument
  • Musely
  • Nue Life
  • Nurx
  • Oar
  • Ophelia
  • Picnic
  • Plume
  • QCare Plus
  • RexMD
  • Roman
  • Rory
  • Strut Health
  • Talkspace
  • Talkiatry
  • Wisp
  • WorkIt
  • Wondermed

What Kind of Damages Are Available in a Telehealth Data Privacy Lawsuit?

In a telehealth data privacy lawsuit, various types of damages may be available to the affected individuals or entities, depending on the specific circumstances of the breach and the applicable laws.

These damages can be both financial and non-financial in nature. Some of the common types of damages that may be pursued in a telehealth data privacy lawsuit include:

  • Financial Losses: Reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses incurred as a direct result of the breach, such as costs associated with identity theft resolution, credit monitoring services, or fraudulent charges.
  • Medical Costs: Coverage for any medical expenses resulting from identity theft or fraud related to the breach.
  • Statutory Damages: Some data privacy laws, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and state data breach notification laws, provide for statutory damages. These are predetermined amounts specified in the law that can be awarded to the affected individuals or entities for each violation or record compromised.
  • Punitive Damages: In cases where the telehealth data privacy breach resulted from gross negligence, willful misconduct, or deliberate disregard for data security, punitive damages may be awarded. These damages are meant to punish the responsible party and deter future misconduct.
  • Non-Monetary Damages: Telehealth data privacy breaches can cause emotional distress, reputational damage, and other non-monetary harm. Plaintiffs may seek damages for these intangible losses.

It’s advisable to consult with an experienced attorney who specializes in telehealth data privacy cases to understand your rights and the potential damages that may be pursued in your specific situation.

What Does a Data Privacy Lawyer Do for Your Case?

A data privacy lawyer plays a crucial role in helping individuals protect their rights and navigate the complex landscape of data privacy and security issues.

Here’s what a data privacy lawyer can do for your case:

  • Data Breach Assessment: They assess the nature and impact of the data breach, helping you understand the extent of the compromised data and potential damages.

  • Lawsuit Representation: If you choose to pursue legal action, the lawyer represents you in filing a lawsuit against the responsible party to seek compensation and accountability.

  • Negotiations: Your lawyer can engage in negotiations with the responsible party, aiming to secure a fair settlement on your behalf and advocating for compensation for damages.

Hiring a data privacy lawyer is essential for individuals to protect their privacy rights and mitigate the risks associated with data breaches and privacy violations. 


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Joseph Lyon has 17 years of experience representing individuals in complex litigation matters. He has represented individuals in every state against many of the largest companies in the world.

The Firm focuses on single-event civil cases and class actions involving corporate neglect & fraud, toxic exposure, product defects & recalls, medical malpractice, and invasion of privacy.


The Firm offers contingency fees, advancing all costs of the litigation, and accepting the full financial risk, allowing our clients full access to the legal system while reducing the financial stress while they focus on their healthcare and financial needs.

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Questions About Your Telehealth Privacy Rights

What is a telehealth data privacy breach lawsuit?

A telehealth data privacy breach lawsuit is a legal action initiated by individuals or organizations whose sensitive medical or personal information has been compromised as a result of a data security incident in the context of telehealth services. These lawsuits seek to hold responsible parties accountable and recover damages for the breach.

What types of data breaches can lead to a telehealth data privacy lawsuit?

Telehealth data privacy lawsuits may result from various types of data breaches, including unauthorized access, data theft, hacking, insider threats, accidental disclosures, and other incidents that compromise the confidentiality of medical records and patient information.

Who can file a telehealth data privacy breach lawsuit?

Individuals whose personal health information or medical records have been exposed due to a telehealth data breach can file a lawsuit. Organizations, such as healthcare providers or telehealth platforms, may also pursue legal action if they have suffered data breaches.

Can a class action lawsuit be filed for a telehealth data breach?

Yes, a class action lawsuit may be initiated if multiple individuals are affected by the same telehealth data breach. In such cases, individuals can join a collective legal action to seek compensation and hold the responsible party accountable.

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