Multiple Class Action Lawsuits Filed in AMCA Breach

June 10, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

A flurry of class action lawsuits has already been filed by individuals alleging they have been injured by a data breach at American Medical Collection Agency, which impacted more than 20 million patients of at least three medical laboratory testing firms.

As of Monday, more than a dozen class action lawsuits had already been filed in several U.S. federal courts within one week of news breaking of an "unauthorized access" breach at AMCA that affected information of nearly 12 million Quest Diagnostics patients; 7.7 million LabCorp patients, and nearly 423,000 BioReference Laboratories patients.

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