From the Stone & Magnanini Equifax Class Action Team:
On September 7, 2017, Equifax publicly disclosed one of the largest data breach incidents in United States history, implicating the release of confidential and secure information belonging to 143 million United States consumers. Soon thereafter, Stone & Magnanini LLP filed a class-action lawsuit against Equifax Incorporated and Equifax Information Services on behalf of three clients—all customers of Equifax’s identity theft protection services—arising out of the data breach. If you believe your information was compromised during the Equifax breach and you are interested in learning more about how we may be able to help, please provide your contact information below, and an attorney from our office will contact you.
If you paid Equifax to help protect your identity and credit information from theft, and were a victim of Equifax’s 2017 data breach, call the Stone & Magnanini law firm at (973) 218.1111, or fill out and submit the form below for a free case consultation. To learn more about Stone & Magnanini LLP, please visit www.stonemagnalaw.com.
Managing Partner David S. Stone Appears on Bloomberg Radio with June Grasso to Discuss the Equifax Data Breach and Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith’s Testimony Before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Click here to listen.