Month: October 2018
You can start your Ticketmaster data breach claim with us today. It’s easy and hassle-free, and you’re joining a group of others already claiming.
As a firm of data breach experts (clue is in the name) who are representing victims in over 20 different data breach actions, where else do you need to look?
We initiated legal action for victims of the Ticketmaster data breach as soon as the news broke about it. We’re confident we can win the legal case we’ve started. Here’s some more advice about joining the action and what it entails!
You can start your Equifax data breach claim today. We’re offering No Win, No Fee arrangements, and we’re confident we will win the action.
We’re confident we will win your Equifax data breach claim for a number of reasons. The main factor here is that this breach was completely preventable. It was caused by Equifax failing to patch a known security vulnerability. On top of that, they also failed to identify the ongoing vulnerability.
Equifax have since accepted that their security was inadequate. Because this breach was preventable, we’re confident we can win our legal case against them.
It’s not too late to join the Equifax data breach lawsuit we launched last year. If you’ve yet to sign-up for a claim, get in touch now.
The recent news that Equifax have received the maximum fine over the breach has triggered a wave of new claims. We started our action against them last year and we’re already representing a group of victims, but it’s not too late to join.
We’re offering our services on a No Win, No Fee basis as part of our action for justice for data breach victims. Our lawyers are fighting in over 20 different data breach actions already.
You could be eligible to make a British Airways data breach compensation claim if you were affected by the recent breach.
This was a serious and preventable breach in our view. Full card numbers, expiration dates and security codes (CVV) were exposed. We feel that there were a number of steps that British Airways could have taken to have prevented the breach as well. Both of these are major factors in our legal case against them.
We’re launching a Newegg data breach compensation action after news broke that the hackers behind the British Airways data breach appear to have struck again.
A vulnerability in the Newegg website allowed hackers to digitally “skim” payment information in the same fashion as the BA data breach. The company has yet to release full information about the breach, but we’re launching legal action now.
Newegg has admitted that they have identified malware that had been injected into their servers. We can only estimate at this stage that customers’ personal and payment data may have been compromised.