How many of these guys are getting paid by Experian to file these suits? Experian has already said that LifeLock is causing a major cost to them with the fraud alerts. All they do is place a fraud alert on your credit info, and then renew it every 90 days. If fraud occurs, it just goes to show that Experian is not follow US Federal law regarding fraud alerts. A fraud alert is supposed to prevent any new credit from being issued. It is supposed to automatically inform the victim that a credit inquiry has been initiated against his credit, and it is supposed to PREVENT creditors from getting the info that a reasonable company would require to issue new credit. If Experian is still releasing that info, or the issuing company if issuing credit with a fraud alert on the account without verifying the applicant, then LifeLock's not the one at fault (although Experian will tell you it is because of all the false alarms LifeLock is placing) As for a drivers license, in the US most states will check if you have a Social Security Number, and that it matches the name provided, but nothing beyond that. It's no surprise that someone got a fake ID issued using the guy's SS#.
Try reading LifeLock's website. They ADMIT that mst of their services you can do yourself for free. One of they things that your $10/month buys you is monitoring of known ID trader sites for your info. Plus, IF somehow something happens, they will spend up to one million dollars to fix it. The only complaint that these guys would really have would be IF something went wrong, and LifeLock didn't spend the dosh to fix it.
Personally, I bet these guys have some financial stake in Experian or another Credit reporting agency, and this is their way of trying to get the courts to bully a company.