Court Grants Final Approval of $2.9 Million Settlement in Wright & Filippis data breach class action

Wright & Filippis Data Breach

Gavel laid on top of money.Wright & Filippis LLC, a Michigan-based prosthetics and orthotics provider, experienced a cyber security incident that compromised Wright & Filippis’s network between January 26 through January 28, 2022. Through its investigation, Wright & Filippis discovered on May 2, 2022 that patients’ protected health information (PHI) along with personal identification information (PII) was likely impacted. The incident potentially impacted sensitive information including names, Social Security number, and patient number and/or health information for current and former patients. The data breach affected approximately 877,584 individuals.

Shub & Johns filed a class action lawsuit against Wright & Filippis on December 1, 2022 in the United States Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. On February 24, 2023, Shub & Johns, along with co-counsel, filed a Consolidated Amended Complaint after the Michigan Court granted the Plaintiff’s motion to consolidate all actions against Wright & Filippis concerning the data breach.

Final Approval of the Wright & Filippis Settlement

On May 30, 2024, the district court granted Plaintiff’s motion for final approval of a $2.9 million class action settlement in the consolidated Wright & Filippis Data Breach litigation and appointed Shub & Johns attorney Benjamin F. Johns as Settlement Co-Class Counsel. Impacted Consumers were notified and given the opportunity to submit a claim through May 8, 2024. S&J partner Samantha Holbrook attended the Court’s Final Approval hearing in Detroit where the Court approved the settlement.

The case is In Re Wright & Filippis, LLC Data Security Breach Litigation, No. 2:22-cv-12908-SFC.

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Shub & Johns previously filed a class action suit against this business for alleged unlawful practices. Our team has dedicated a significant amount of times and resources in litigating this matter, and are happy to announce that we have reached a class-wide resolution. Unfortunately, the time to join this class action suit as a class member or class representative has passed. This case is now closed, and we are unable to assist you further in this matter.

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