There is no private cause of action under HIPAA. (There is no "HIPPA" law.) You may have the basis of a suit under invasion of privacy, a tort (private wrong). See an attorney about that, and how you would go about showing damages.
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Mr. Poulson is correct - no right to sue for HIPPA or HIPAA violations.
But you can probably get the Office for Civil Rights to investigate - that's a consequence most violators would like to avoid and it may show you aren't the only one that has been affected by similar practices.
To explore damages, find a Texas lawyer. To complain and possible get an OCR investigation started, look at the link below.
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