Data Breach

First Bank of Alabama Data Breach Investigation

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Shamis & Gentile P.A., one of the nation's premier class action law firms specializing in data breach cases, is investigating the First Bank of Alabama data breach. If you were affected by the data breach, your sensitive personally identifiable information may have been exposed, and you may be eligible for compensation.

About First Bank of Alabama

Founded in 1848, First Bank of Alabama is the oldest continuously operating bank in Alabama. With a commitment to excellent customer service and innovative financial tools, the bank serves the East Central Alabama area through its 10 locations. Offering a range of services from personal and business banking to mortgages and credit cards, First Bank of Alabama prides itself on helping its customers succeed in all their banking needs.

The May 2024 Data Breach

In May 2024, First Bank of Alabama reported a significant data breach that may have compromised the security of certain personal information. The breach was promptly disclosed to the Massachusetts Attorney General's office.

Types of Information Exposed:

  • Social Security Number

Your Rights and Next Steps

In response to the breach, First Bank of Alabama has taken measures to secure its systems and prevent future incidents. The bank is offering affected individuals free identity monitoring services through Kroll, a global leader in risk mitigation.

Steps to Protect Your Information:

  1. Monitor your account statements and credit reports for unusual activity.
  2. Consider placing a fraud alert or a credit freeze on your credit reports.
  3. Report any suspicious activity to the appropriate financial institutions and law enforcement agencies.

You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If your information was compromised in this breach, lawyers are ready to help you understand your rights and may assist you in seeking compensation. By completing the below form, you can join others who have been affected in a class action lawsuit to potentially recover damages for the harm caused by this breach.


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