An employee from a job I used to work at got into my records somehow and got phone numbers and addresses of my family and friends. This man is also a felon and had acces to my social security number. I spoke with the employer and she said all information on me was under lock and key so if he got any which he did, because I've received texts from him with the info, it was stolen from her office. The employer also said if I need to go further with anything on this she would be glad to help.
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Nothing based on this information. No parent damages makes a lawsuit futile. Best if you sit down and discuss in detail with an Illinois attorney to determine whether you have a reasonable basis for spending money and initiating a lawsuit.
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