www.UCLAHealthCyberSettlement.com – UCLA Health Settlemnet Claim Online

by anisur November 07, 2019

Guidelines For Submitting The UCLA Health Cyber Settlement Claim

The moment a data breach occurs the possibility of a class-action lawsuit looms large. As an illustration of such, we now turn to a recent case called Adlouni v. UCLA Health System Auxiliary, et al. The Plaintiffs in the case allege that the Defendant violated a number of laws regarding information of privacy. However, the Defendant disputes these allegations and denies any wrongdoing whatsoever. At any rate, we will probably never find out which side would have won in court as the case appears to be settled pending the Final Fairness Hearing. Those who believe they are eligible for compensation can go to the online filing page and click the Submit a Claim tab to start a claim form.

Information on UCLA Health Cyber Settlement

  • Class Members can file for identity monitor, preventive measures, and/or unreimbursed losses

  • The filing deadline for the identity monitor service is September 16th, 2019 (plenty of time!)

  • June 18th, 2019 is the deadline for those filing for preventive measures (a little more pressing)

  • 2 years after the preventive measures deadline is the deadline for unreimbursed losses (6-8-21)

  • Those who want out of the settlement have until May 20th, 2019 to file a request for exclusion

  • This does not appear to be nearly as large as the EXP Data Breach Settlement

In addition to the deadline for preventive measure claim forms, June 18th, 2019 is also the date when the court will hold the Final Fairness Hearing. Those who wish to attend should show up at 9 AM.

Class Members can also file by filling out a claim form and sending it to the Settlement Administrator. Along with that, the Settlement Administrator can help answer questions about the settlement. Meanwhile, those who prefer to get answers on their own can take a dip into the FAQs located online and within the notice.

So, here, you can check out the thorough guide to submit a claim, both by mail and online unreimbursment loss form and so on.

Submit a UCLA claim

For this visit, www.UCLAHealthCyberSettlement.com

Here, at the top menu panel, click on the fourth option, ‘Submit a claim’.

UCLA Health Systems Settlement Submit a Claim

On the page, at first you have to read the information first and understand the instructions thoroughly.

Instructions for Submitting UCLA Claim

If you are a current or former patient at UCLA Health, you may be able to receive benefits from this settlement. You are eligible to do the following:

  • The deadline to submit an ID Experts Enrollment Form was September 16, 2019. We are no longer accepting submissions.

  • Submit an Unreimbursed Loss Claim Form if you incurred any losses that resulted from identity theft or the unauthorized use of your personally identifiable information including your health information. You may be entitled to receive up to $20,000.00 for unreimbursed losses. Examples of reimbursable losses include charges, late fees, declined payment fees, overdraft fees, returned check fees, and any other losses that could have resulted from the cyberattack on the UCLA Health Network. You can be reimbursed for the time you spent addressing these issues up to six hours at $15 per hour. Per the Final Approval Order, the deadline to submit an Unreimbursed Loss Claim Form online or by mail was extended to no later than June 28, 2021.

  • The deadline to submit a Preventive Measure Claim Form was June 18, 2019. We are no longer accepting submissions.

You are eligible to submit one of each Claim Form, but they must be completed and submitted no later than the due dates as described above. Forms received after these deadlines will be deemed untimely and may not be accepted.

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If you have any documents supporting your claims, you should submit them as part of your Claim Form submission. Documents supporting your claim must be provided if the documents are reasonably available to you. Documents supporting your claim could include credit card statements, bank statements, invoices or receipts, telephone records, or any other writing that supports your claim.

Supporting documentation should be clear, readable copies, as they will not be returned to you. If you plan on filling online, please have your documentation ready before you begin, as you will not be able to save your progress and return at a later time to finish. Please keep copies of everything you submit, as your claim may be audited and you could be asked to provide additional information to process the claim.

After this, under the section, ‘How to submit online’. click on, ‘Start unreimbursed loss form’.

On the directed page, you will get a form, and you have to input,

Provide the Unique ID you received with your Postcard Notice

  • First Name

  • Middle Initial:

  • Last Name

  • Country:*

  • Address 1:*

  • Address 2

  • City

  • State:*

  • ZIP Code

  • Phone Number

  • Evening Phone Number:

  • Email Address

  • Then, click on, ‘Next’ in blue.

You need to keep up with the prompts to get the form right.

Submit UCLA claim by mail

For this, you need to download the forms, from this address, www.uclahealthcybersettlement.com/claim-by-mail. Then, fill out the form to the best of your ability, attach any documentation, as applicable, then sign and date it. Then, mail them to the following address:

UCLA Health System

Claims Administrator

P.O. Box 3058

Portland, OR 97208-3058.

Contact info

To have more information you can refer to the FAQs page from the menu panel, or you can call on, 888-262-4479. You can also send a mail to, PO Box 3058

Portland, OR 97208-3058.

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