The legal case against Sutter Health for a database breach is far from over. The plaintiffs want to take it to the state's highest court.

Even though an appeals court ruling prevents plaintiffs from collecting on more than $4 billion sought in damages resulting from the theft of more than than 4 million patients records from a Sutter Health computer, the case is possibly going to the California Supreme Court.  

The Sacramento Business Journal says a request for a review by the high court's justices is being submitted.  

A plaintiffs attorney reportedly saying they are disappointed in the appeals court ruling on Monday, and he says Sutter Health has to be held accountable.