Hospital Meta Pixel Lawyers


  • HHK is filing class action lawsuits against Louisiana-based LCMC Health System and Willis-Knighton Health System for using the Meta Pixel on their websites and providing private patient data to third parties.
  • LCMC is a New Orleans-based healthcare system that includes Children’s Hospital, East Jefferson General Hospital, New Orleans East Hospital, Touro, University Medical Center, and West Jefferson Medical Center.
  • Willis-Knighton is a Shreveport-based healthcare system with hospitals and clinics throughout North Louisiana.  

Why Choose HHK For Your Meta Pixel Lawsuit?

One-third of the top hospitals in the U.S. use the Meta Pixel on their websites. If you’ve entered health information on a hospital’s site, they may have used the Meta Pixel. You should talk to an attorney to discuss your legal options. 

Choosing the right law firm can be challenging if you don’t know what to look for. Finding a firm with trial experience and skilled at helping plaintiffs who have been wronged is essential. Herman Herman Katz knows how to handle class action lawsuits and is working with AZA Law in Houston and Kelly & Townsend LLC in Natchitoches, La., on the Meta Pixel class action litigation. 

Our firm handles class action litigation all over Louisiana, and we know how to represent you in settlement discussions. If we can’t reach a satisfactory agreement, we’ll gladly represent you in court and advocate for the right outcome. If you’re unsure whether you have a case, we offer case reviews at no cost.

What You Need to Know About Louisiana Hospitals Sharing Patient Data

An investigation published last June by The Markup revealed that some healthcare systems are sharing sensitive patient data with third parties in potential violation of privacy laws.

Meta Pixel is a computer code created by the company that owns Facebook and Instagram that lets companies track how visitors interact with their websites. In the Louisiana health system cases, the Pixel captured personal health information and shared patient data without the patient’s knowledge or consent.

Hospitals should keep patient information secure, but the Pixel collected patient data, like doctors’ names, appointment times, allergic reactions, and health conditions.

If you’ve used a Louisiana health system website and wonder whether your data has been compromised, call Herman Herman Katz today to discuss your case options. You can reach us at 844-943-7626 or contact us online for a free case review.

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