Equifax Privacy
Breach Class Action

Higgerty Law is registering clients in a class action against Equifax for a privacy breach which occurred on or about July 29, 2017. The class action was filed on behalf of the reported 100,000 Canadian victims who personal and confidential information was compromised.

The Claim alleges various acts and omissions by the Equifax and its employee which resulted in the privacy breach and for which they are liable to the affected employees for damages, including for an intrusion on their privacy, an increased risk of identity theft, financial fraud, financial losses and psychological injury. The proposed class action includes all persons in Canada who purchased from the defendants, their subsidiaries or related companies the following products:

Equifax Complete Advantage;
Equifax Complete Premier; and
Equifax Complete Friends and Family
OR any other Equifax products offering credit monitoring and identity theft protection and whose personal information stored on Equifax database was accessed without authorization between May 1, 2017 and August 1, 2017.

If your personal and confidential information was stored on Equifax databases and was accessed without authorization between May 1, 2017 and August 1, 2017, you could be eligible for compensation.


As an experienced law firm we know what it takes to maximize your settlement. We will deal with all the paperwork and legal issues.

Please note you are not charged ANY upfront fees for engaging us to represent you in this class action. Our law firm will be paid from recovered proceeds if this class action is successful.

Provide your contact information so we can build your file. Provide any supporting documentation to help your claim.
Review and sign the contingency agreement which stipulates how we will work together. Return it to us.
We’ll Contact
We’ll reach out to answer any questions and provide guidance on signing and notarizing the contract to become a class member.
We Fight for
We fight for a fair settlement. We work on contingency and take a fee as a percentage of any settlement.