California residents with HIV whose identities, personal data, and medical information was accessed by unauthorized individuals may finally receive justice and compensation, but sadly most of them are unaware of how fast and discreet it is to apply.
Approximately 30,000 people living with HIV participate in California’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program (“ADAP”). The ADAP used a patient enrollment portal operated by A.J. Boggs.
Due to the A.J.Boggs’ alleged negligence, the enrollment portal has not been properly secured and unauthorized individuals accessed this highly sensitive data stored in the portal between August 16, 2016 and December 7, 2016.
QUICK VERSION: If you or a loved one has been enrolled with ADAP between August 16, 2016 and December 7, 2016, you probably qualify for a cash settlement. Applying is quick, discreet, and there is absolutely no cost.
It is absolutely unacceptable that such sensitive personal information has not been properly protected. Many people are demanding justice and accountability for having their sensitive personal information disclosed.
Some Victims Are Worried About Making Their Status Public If They Apply For Compensation.
Sadly, some people will not hold the enrollment company accountable for its actions because they’re afraid of further disclosing their names and identities. This is not only wrong, but it’s, in fact, quite the opposite.
Our judicial system has a mechanism that protects the most private and sensitive information, such as identities of people with HIV. All claims are being pursued in a 100% confidential manner.
When you apply, you’re demanding compensation for what happened to you and also justice for many other people living with HIV.
If you have participated in California’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program between August 16, 2016 and December 7, 2016, you likely qualify for compensation. Request a Free Case Evaluation.
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal
Some victims will downplay what happened to them and will try to push it to the back of their mind. What’s even more shocking is that most people who have been affected by this data breach simply don’t know what happened to their private information and who has access to it. The information about you that may have been inappropriately accessed may include your health status, name, Social Security number, date of birth, and enrollment site number.
When you see if you qualify right now, you take one step closer to demanding justice and also supporting other people who had their private information disclosed. Most importantly, you take action for yourself and your family to claim what’s yours…
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