Month: October 2019
With the British Airways data breach group action given the go ahead earlier this month, it’s important to know how best to approach making a claim for compensation.
Commonly, when new group actions get the go ahead, loads of law firms start marketing their services for cases. Some of these firms haven’t even been helping people since news of the cyberattacks broke last year and are coat-tailing off the back of those of us who have been at the front of the fight for justice for a long time now.
If it has all got a bit confusing, which we know it can do, read this concise guide for a few helpful pointers from a law firm appointed to the Steering Committee of the BA Group Action.
You can find out if you’re eligible to join the British Airways hack compensation quickly and easily by checking your eligibility on the BA Group Action website here.
In minutes, and with just a few simple questions answered, we can normally let you know if you may have a case. Ultimately, you should have been informed if you were affected by the 2018 cyber-attacks, and if you were, you should be able to join the action.
We recommend that anyone who’s serious about claiming sign-up now to get their case started without delay in order to safeguard their place in the litigation.
There has been an influx of new clients signing up to join the BA Group Action following the big hearing that took place on 4th October 2019.
News that Mr Justice Warby has given the green light for the GLO (Group Litigation Order) to proceed garnered a great deal of media attention, with Director Aman Johal giving his insight into the developments.
With news of the action getting the go ahead, a new wave of clients have started their cases via the BA Group Action website, and we’re more than happy to help them!
Mr Justice Warby has given the go ahead for the BA group action court case to proceed as our firm is appointed to the Steering Committee responsible for the conduct of proceedings.
We’re delighted that we have been appointed by the High Court to the Steering Committee, and it’s an important step toward justice for the hundreds of thousands affected with the green light for the GLO (Group Litigation Order) given.
We’ve also been successful in ensuring that the deadline to claim is not as short as the lawyers for British Airways had originally wanted.
If you’re not sure whether you were affected by the BA data breach incidents of 2018, or if you’re not sure that you can do about it, we can help.
You should have been informed if your information has been at risk of exposure because BA should have told you by now. Whether they have or haven’t, there’s a really simple way that you can find out today if you’re eligible to join the BA Group Action.
All you need to do is go to the BA Group Action site here and answer the initial questions. This doesn’t sign you up for a claim but does allow you to know if you can join the group action or not. And with an important court hearing taking place this Friday, now is the time to get your case sorted if you’ve yet to finalise it.