Jul 12, 2021

Coursey v. AspenPointe, Inc., Civil Action No. 2020CV32198 (4th District Court, Colorado).

This class action alleges that, due to inadequate safety precautions, Defendant AspenPointe experienced a data breach at minimum between September 12 and September 22, 2020. This breach compromised and exposed the confidential personal information as well as mental and physical health records of nearly 300,000 patients. Compounding the security lapse, Defendant did not inform patients of the data breach for two months.

The complaint alleges that AspenPointe touted its commitment to confidentiality and data security all the while failing to enact appropriate safeguards. As the result, AspenPointe failed to protect patients’ most confidential physical and mental health information. This litigation seeks to compel AspenPointe to compensate victims of the data breach.

A copy of the complaint is available HERE.

If you have any questions concerning this case or would like to share your experience with the AspenPointe, or any other data breach, please contact William Anderson, Esq. at 303-800-9109 or [email protected].

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