WASHINGTON, D.C. - An appeals court correctly found that they plausibly alleged an injury-in-fact due to a breach of their insurer's network and the theft of their personally identifiable information (PII), a group of insureds tell the U.S. Supreme Court in a Jan. 2 brief opposing the insurer's petition for certiorari challenging their standing under Article III of the U.S. Constitution (CareFirst Inc., et al. v. Chantal Attias, et al., No. 17-641, U.S. Sup.).