Month: April 2020
Given that many people will miss group action deadlines, it’s important for us to advise about them and stress the importance of making a claim sooner rather than later.
Although we can’t speak for other firms, we offer No Win, No Fee legal representation for clients eligible for group actions that we take forward. This means that we can write off our legal fees if the claim doesn’t succeed, so it begs the question: what have you got to lose in making a claim?
Despite this, people still put it off and many still miss out. We can tell you this from considerable experience. As such, take heed of this vital advice and make sure you don’t miss your chance to claim compensation!
Huge numbers of Derbyshire Virgin Media customers have come forward to claim compensation as victims of the 2020 data breach following further coverage of the action in the media.
The Derbyshire Telegraph has featured a piece on the compensation action and the rights of midlands victims. Those who are affected by the data breach could be entitled to estimated compensation amounts of up to £5,000.00 as part of a possible £4.5bn package being pursued.
There could be more than 10,000 Derbyshire Virgin Media customers affected, and victims can claim via the Virgin Media Data Breach Group Action website here.
Medical data breach compensation claims are one of the most common types of cases that we take forward on a No Win, No Fee basis.
When it comes to the impact on victims, these kinds of cases can also be substantial given that medical data is precisely the kind of information we want to keep private.
Here’s a little guidance when it comes to when you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation and what it is that you can claim for. Our team can offer free, no-obligation advice about your options for justice.
If you’ve been affected by the recent Watford Community Housing data breach, you may be entitled to claim compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis.
A huge number of victims have come forward and asked our team for help and assistance, and we’ve taken several legal cases forward. The data leak, classed as a “human error” incident where a spreadsheet containing customers’ information was accidentally sent by email to people, is a serious one. Some of the data in the spreadsheet included incredibly personal and sensitive information such as disability details, sexual orientation and religious beliefs.
This is a breach of the GDPR and victims can be entitled to claim compensation for the stress caused by the loss of control of their personal information.