By now, consumers know the drill: you receive a letter from an online retailer you used, or a restaurant you’ve been to. Your credit card information or other things were implicated in a data breach. Maybe you’ve thought about contacting an attorney. But is your information secure with a law firm? Sometimes, the answer may surprise you.

Like other businesses, law firms can be subject to data breaches and unauthorized access to client information. When this happens, it can mean that the law firm did not have up-to-date security systems and protocols in place to monitor for this type of behavior. Attorneys carry sensitive client information, and this exposure to unauthorized third-parties could spell disaster for ordinary clients.

Thankfully, you have options. If you have ever used any of the following firms and received a letter about your date being exposed, we want to talk with you:

Polsinelli PC

Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP

Reid & Riege PC

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP

The Haggard Law Firm, P.A.

Cohen Cleary, P.C.

Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC

Spear Wilderman, P.C.

Garfield and Hecht

Axley Brynelson, LLP

McMillan Metro, P.C.

Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP

Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan LLC

Ryan Faenza Carey, P.C.

McCarter & English, LLP

Barran Liebman LLP

Fesmire & Williams

Sherman & Howard LLC

Grellas Shah LLP

This failure to protect client’s personal data secure is a violation of privacy and violates several state and federal laws. To learn more about these issues, or if you have used one of these law firms and received a letter about exposed data, please contact one of our attorneys using our general contact form, call us at (856) 772-7200, or email us at


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