Kathy L. Limbaugh, et al. v. Norwood Clinic, Inc.,
Case No.: CV-2022-900851.00
Pending in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Alabama

This Lawsuit relates to a data security incident involving Norwood Clinic, Inc.’s (“Norwood” or “Defendant”) computer systems that Norwood publicly reported on or about March 8, 2022 (“Cyber Incident”). The computer systems affected by the Cyber Incident contained personal identifying information and protected health information of certain individuals.
The purpose of this website is to inform you of a class action lawsuit called Kathy L. Limbaugh, et al., v. Norwood Clinic, Inc.,
Case No.: CV-2022-900851.00, pending in the Jefferson County Circuit Court of the State of Alabama, Birmingham Division (the “Lawsuit”). The Lawsuit relates to a cyberattack against Norwood Clinic, Inc.’s (“Norwood”) computer systems about which Norwood sent notice to the people whose data was potentially affected on March 8, 2022 (“Cyber Incident”). The Lawsuit claimed that Norwood was responsible for failing to prevent the Cyber Incident and asserted several legal claims such as negligence, negligence per se, invasion of privacy, and breach of express and implied contract, unjust enrichment, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of confidence, bailment, and violation of the Alabama Data Breach Security Notification Law.

Submit a Claim Form You can receive a Cash Payment and credit monitoring services. You must submit a Claim Form to receive these benefits. March 20, 2024
Opt-Out You can request to be excluded from the Settlement. If you opt-out of the Settlement, you will not release your claims against Norwood. This is the only option that allows you to be part of any other lawsuit against Norwood or related parties for the legal claims resolved by this Settlement. You will receive no Cash Payment and no credit monitoring services under this Settlement. If you opt-out, you cannot object to the Settlement or go to the Final Approval Hearing. February 19, 2024
Object to Settlement Write to the Court, with copies to Class Counsel and Defendant’s Counsel, about why you do not agree with the Settlement. Your objection must follow all the procedures stated in the body of this notice under “How Do I Object To the Settlement?”) February 19, 2024
Attend the Final Approval Hearing You may ask the Court for permission for you or your attorney, at your own cost, to attend and speak about your objection at the Final Approval Hearing. April 22, 2024
Do Nothing You will not receive any compensation or the free credit monitoring services from this Settlement, and you will also have no right to sue later for the claims released by the Settlement.
This website provides a summary of your rights and options. Your rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—along with many of the material terms of the proposed Settlement are explained further in the Notice. The most comprehensive explanation of your rights and options is contained in the Settlement Agreement.