KGG Files Class Action Suit Against Home Depot Regarding Data Breach And Focuses on Harm To New York Residents

KANTROWITZ GOLDHAMER & GRAIFMAN, P.C. (“KGG”) has filed suit against the Home Depot regarding a security data breach, confirmed by the company in September 2014. This breach may have affected the private information of approximately 56 million cardholders.

IF YOU ARE A NEW YORK RESIDENT WHO SHOPPED AT HOME DEPOT BETWEEN APRIL 1, 2014 AND SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 AND HAVE HAD ANY INCIDENTS OF FRAUD OR UNAUTHORIZED CHARGES SINCE THEN, you may be able to join our class action lawsuit. Click here to read the full Complaint that was recently filed in the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division.   If your credit card or debit card was compromised in the Home Depot data breach and you would like more information about potentially joining this lawsuit, contact attorney Gary S. Graifman today.

Security breaches such as this are becoming increasingly problematic for consumers. Home Depot and other vendors must do everything they can to protect the account information of customers. One of the ways to hold corporations accountable and to change their negligent behavior in the future is to pursue class action litigation.


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