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New Jersey Data Breach Attorney

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If you have experienced a data or cybersecurity breach, Grungo Law is here to help. Our deep understanding of new technologies gives you the ability to leverage our knowledge and expertise and take on the companies that fail to protect one of your most important assets, your data.

Richard Grungo Jr., Esq. leads Grungo Law’s Data Breach and Cybersecurity practice. Rich, is an expert litigator, holding the rare designation of being Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney. The founder of, a leading Web 3 and emerging tech firm, Rich is leading voice in Legal Tech and has been featured in GQ Magazine, PBS,, Law 360, Forbes, and many more publications and media outlets highlighting his leadership and expertise in legal tech.

Why Choose A Data Breach Attorney From Grungo Law?

Grungo Law’s reputation for collaborative pre-litigation research, ability to take cases to trial, and unparalleled team stand out among both our peers and the judicial sector. This collaboration involves partnering with esteemed data privacy and technology professionals. Our team of legal and technology experts can help efficiently manage the intricate discovery processes for expansive data breach group actions, achieving consistent productivity and scale.

Grungo Law welcomes co-counsel opportunities with other law firms, nationwide.

Consultations Are Always No Cost To You.

What Should You Do If Your Info Has Been Compromised?

The specific nature and circumstances of the data breach, as well as your jurisdiction’s laws and regulations, will dictate the best course of action. Consulting with one of our attorneys can offer clarity specific to your situation. Here are some general steps that can be helpful:

  1. Evaluate the Breach: Understand what type of data was compromised. Was it just an email address, or did the breach involve sensitive information like Social Security numbers, bank account details, or other personal data?
  2. Protect Yourself: Before reaching out to an attorney:
    • Change passwords for the affected service and other accounts where you use the same or similar passwords.
    • Monitor your accounts for suspicious activity.
    • Consider placing a fraud alert or credit freeze on your credit report if financial data was exposed.
  3. Contact the Company Involved: Often, companies that have suffered a breach will offer affected individuals services such as credit monitoring or identity theft protection for free. Make sure to understand what you’re being offered and how to take advantage of these services.
  4. Call Grungo Law: If you believe you’ve suffered damages or are at significant risk of future harm due to the breach:
    • A New Jersey injury lawyer, especially one who specializes in data breaches or privacy issues, can help assess the potential risk and damages.
    • They can advise you on your rights and potential legal remedies. This may include joining a class-action lawsuit if one has been initiated.
  5. Document Everything: Keep records of any correspondence related to the breach, any costs you’ve incurred as a result, and any evidence of identity theft or fraud stemming from the breach.
  6. Stay Updated: Data breach situations can evolve. The company might discover more information about the breach, or there might be new reports on how the stolen data is being used. Staying informed can help you make decisions about further protective steps or legal actions.

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