Month: July 2020
If you have yet to sign-up for a Virgin Media data breach compensation claim, here is what you need to know and what you need to do to secure your place in the group action.
We will briefly outline whether you are eligible to join the action and what the action is for. We will also direct you to where you can sign up for a case quickly and easily. If you want to do this now, just head over to the dedicated website here.
You still have time to claim, but we do recommend that you sign-up for a Virgin Media data breach compensation case as soon as you can. There will likely be deadlines in place in the future and you are far better off getting the process started earlier to make sure you don’t miss any chances to receive compensation.
The GDPR can apply for council data breaches that have taken place after the new laws came into force in May 2018, and we represent clients for cases on a No Win, No Fee basis.
These kinds of cases are one of the most common types of claims that we deal with when it comes to individual legal cases. The impact for the victim given the nature of the information that local authorities can hold can be substantial, so it’s important that victims have a voice for justice.
Here’s some guidance about when you may be able to claim, how the GDPR can allow you to receive compensation, and speaking to our team for information about our No Win, No Fee representation.
If you have not already started your Virgin Media data breach compensation claim, here’s the important advice you need to know for getting signed-up as soon as you can.
There’s a dedicated website for you to be able to quickly and easily sign-up for a case. We’re representing clients for cases on a No Win, No Fee basis to make sure that you are protected when you pursue your legal case with us.
Here’s how you can sign-up today and a little information about the group action for compensation we are involved with.
Data breaches in the healthcare sector can be common which is why many of the thousands of people we represent for compensation claims involve medical information.
The GDPR can allow a data breach victim to receive compensation for the loss of control of their personal information. The healthcare sector faces huge risks of data breaches all the time, and it’s important that victims know that they can pursue a legal case to obtain the justice that they deserve.
We offer No Win, No Fee representation for these kinds of cases. Here’s how we may be able to help you today.