ID Theft Prevention
State law establishes procedures for the Attorney General’s Office to obtain and secure abandoned health records or other records with personal identifying information to protect those named in the files from becoming victims of identity theft.
Health and licensed professionals who leave such records unsecured in violation of state law may face fines or other legal ramifications.
The Attorney General's Office has taken possession of records containing consumer's personal information that was determined to be abandoned under Indiana Code section 4-6-14-6. The records are currently secured by the State of Indiana.
Consumers can review the list below to determine if they may have abandoned records. Consumer's names are kept confidential. To determine if abandoned records being held by the Attorney General's Office belong to you, consider the following criteria:
- Source of the records;
- The time period the consumer received treatment or services; and
- Type of records recovered.
If you believe you may have records that are part of those recovered, you may file a written request to retrieve the record(s).
Download the Abandoned Records Request Form or request the form be mailed to you by calling 1-800-382-5516.
Consumers that file a formal request will receive notification by mail to confirm whether or not the individual's personal records are being held by the state. Time Period
|Source of Records||Time Period||Type of Records|
|Dr. John J. Greenman||Unknown||Medical|
|James T. Judd, DDS||2013||Medical|
|Tristan V. Stonger||Unknown||Medical|
|Dr. Laura J. Pankow||Unknown||Medical|
|Dr. Justo S. Samalio III||2000-2011||Medical|
|Dr. Trevor Lloyd-Jones||Unknown||Medical|
|Dr. Bruce D. Fowler||Unknown||Medical|
|Med 1st of Evansville||2008 - 2013||Medical|
|Dr. William Hedrick||1992-2014||Medical|
|Dr. Ulrich G. Klopfer||1973 - 2016||Medical|
|Dr. Linda Rosenberg||Unknown||Medical|