Data Breach

PGAL, Inc. Data Breach

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You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If you're reading this, you might be one of the individuals affected by the recent PGAL, Inc. data breach. This incident may have exposed your sensitive personal information, including your name, Social Security Number, driver's license number, and other government-issued identification numbers. It's important to understand that you have rights, and lawyers are ready to help you explore your options for seeking compensation.

What Happened?

On March 1, 2024, it was disclosed that PGAL, Inc., a prominent architecture and planning firm, experienced a data breach. The company, known for its comprehensive design solutions and client-centered philosophy, reported the breach to the Texas Attorney General's office. The breach affected a reported 508 individuals in the state of Texas. The company has since taken steps to notify those impacted by sending notices via U.S. Mail.

Your Rights and Next Steps

As an affected individual, you have the right to protect your identity and financial well-being. Here are detailed steps you should consider:

  • Monitor Your Accounts: Keep a close eye on your bank and credit accounts for any unauthorized activity. If you notice anything suspicious, report it immediately to your financial institution.

  • Review Your Credit Reports: You're entitled to free credit reports from each of the three major credit bureaus. Obtain them and look for any discrepancies or unfamiliar activities.

  • Consider a Credit Freeze: This prevents creditors from accessing your credit report, which can stop a thief from opening new accounts in your name.

  • Place a Fraud Alert: This tells creditors to take extra steps to verify your identity before issuing credit. This can be done by contacting one of the three major credit bureaus.

  • Report Identity Theft: If you suspect that your identity has been stolen, report it to the Federal Trade Commission at

  • Keep Documentation: Document all communications and keep copies of all letters, notices, and reports you make.

  • Know Your Legal Options: You may have the right to seek compensation for damages caused by the breach. This can include reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses related to the breach, such as fees for credit monitoring services.

For more detailed information on how to protect yourself, you can visit the Texas Attorney General's website.

Joining a Lawsuit

If you've been affected by the PGAL, Inc. data breach, you may be eligible to join a class action lawsuit. By participating, you could receive compensation for any losses or damages you've suffered as a result of the breach. To take the first step, please fill out the below form to get in touch with a team of experienced lawyers who are ready to help you navigate this process. They will review your case, inform you of your rights, and can represent you in actions against PGAL, Inc. to seek the justice and compensation you deserve.

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