Marriott Data Breach

If you have been a victim of Marriott’s recently announced data breach, you may have a legal claim.

On November 20, 2018, Marriott has acknowledged that information from some 500 million guest reservations have been stolen from its Starwood database.

The breach caused personally identifiable information to be stolen by hackers, including guest names, addresses (both postal and email), credit card information and/ or debit card and/ or payment information, date and place of birth, nationality, passport, visa or other government-issued identification data, travel itinerary, and social media account information.

If you stayed at a Starwood hotel between 2014 and the present day contact us today for a free legal consultation to learn your rights.


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Sanders Phillips Grossman has been holding pharmaceutical companies responsible for injuring individuals by their defective drugs and devices for over 30 years. Defective drugs are pharmaceuticals with side effects that potentially harm, injure, or kill the patient to the point that they outweigh the drug’s intended benefits. Defective devices, such as faulty prosthetics, implants, pacemakers, or surgical instruments can harm patients when the product is defective in the manufacturing process, design, or marketing strategy.

Pharmaceutical companies are some of the largest, wealthiest, and most influential corporate entities in the world. Sanders Phillips Grossman and its predecessors have recovered over one billion dollars for injured consumers. Our firm’s history in dealing with drug and medical device injury claims has allowed us to take leadership roles in many of the national defective drug and device litigations.

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