Welcome to the Information Website for the UCLA Health System Settlement.
If You Are a Current or Former Patient at UCLA Health, a Settlement with The Regents of the University of California Has Been Reached that May Affect Your Rights
A class action settlement has been reached in Adlouni v. UCLA Health System Auxiliary, et al. The case concerns a cyberattack on the UCLA Health computer network, which was disclosed on July 17, 2015 (the “Incident”). If you received notice of this settlement by an email or postcard, according to The Regents’ records you are a Settlement Class Member.
SETTLEMENT STATUS UPDATE: The settlement is now final based on the expiration of court deadlines without further activity. Enrollment in the free, two-year MyIDCare Identity Protection Service package commenced on November 12, 2019. Those individuals who submitted a timely, valid Enrollment Form, and provided a unique personal email address will be auto-enrolled by ID Experts. Those eligible individuals who submitted an Enrollment Form, and either did not provide an email address or the email provided was used for more than one enrollment submission, will receive an enrollment code in the form of a letter, mailing shortly. If you receive an enrollment code letter in the mail, you can activate your enrollment here.
After the Claims Administrator has completed review of all received claims, a further update will be made regarding the Preventive Measure and Unreimbursed Losses claims processes.
The deadlines to submit a free, two-year ID Experts Enrollment Form or Preventive Measure Claim Form have now passed and it is no longer possible to do so. To review a detailed explanation of the services provided in your eligible free, two-year MyIDCare Identity Protection Service package, please click here.
Additionally, you may still be entitled to receive cash reimbursement for costs or losses that resulted from identity theft or the unauthorized use of your personal information. Download an Unreimbursed Loss Claim Form here or submit online here.