Hankins & Sohn Plastic Surgery Associates had a data breach which has potentially impacted hundreds if not thousands of patients in the Las Vegas valley. Former patients of the office were notified of a data breach and patients are now being blackmailed to pay hackers ransoms over their data which includes potentially sensitive before and after pictures of their procedures among other sensitive and protected data types to include drivers licenses, DOB’s, social security numbers and more. If you are a former patient of this medical practice and have been notified of a breach or otherwise been contacted by anyone demanding that you pay a ransom to not have your data released, you should call us today at 1-800-870-8910 or contact us on our website at www.BLGWINS.com/contact
Data breaches have hit other surgery centers in increasing volumes over the years. Previous settlements include Scripps Health which paid $3.5 million dollars to patients who were victims of a ransomware attack in 2021. Another company paid $4.3 million dollars to patients after a 2nd data breach in just 3 years as recently as January of 2023. Several other health systems are all facing data breach lawsuits which impact thousands of patients.
A sample copy of the notification letter you may have received can be found here. The Bourassa Law Group current represents several individuals in this matter.
If you were a patient of the Hankins & Sohn Plastic Surgery Associates that has been impacted by this data breach, contact us today for a free consultationFree Consultation
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