Phone: 303-221-5599

Data breaches in the United States are on the rise as hackers continue to become more sophisticated at stealing consumer data from companies. Although this new threat is now well known in the business world, many companies still refuse to implement the data security measures necessary to protect their customers’ private information.

As a result, high profile data breaches continue to occur and compromise the private information for thousands of customers who patronize businesses with insecure data systems. Private information that is often stolen by hackers includes:

  • Social security numbers
  • Names
  • Addresses
  • Birthdays
  • Credit and debit card numbers
  • Bank account numbers
  • Passwords
  • Password related security questions needed for “two-step” authentication
  • Medical information

It is no longer a secret that hackers are willing to go to any length to access private information. Companies big and small have a duty to protect the private information that their customers entrust them with. The attorneys at Feder Law Firm are seasoned litigators able to navigate the complex legal landscape surrounding data breaches. We work to ensure that customers are compensated by companies that have negligently failed to protect their private information.

At Feder Law Firm we pride ourselves on “fighting the good fight” for clients who have had their private information compromised by a corporate data breach.

We Protect the Rights of Consumers

We represent consumers who have had their private information compromised by hackers due to companies failing to implement adequate data security measures. If you have had your private information compromised in a company data breach you may be entitled to compensation. Large data breaches that have occurred recently include the following:

  1. Arby’s – 355,000 customer credit and debit cards compromised
    1. Time Period – Oct. 25, 2016 – January 19, 2017

If you or anyone you know patronized an Arby’s restaurant during the time period listed above you may have had your private information compromised by hackers.

Contact our Denver Office for Representation if you are the Victim of a Data Breach

For a confidential consultation with an attorney to discuss your options, call 303-221-5599, or contact us online.