University data breach claims can lead to victims suffering substantial distress and financial loss. Victims could be entitled to No Win, No Fee legal representation.
In this article, we will briefly outline when you could be eligible to claim compensation, what you can claim for, and why it’s important for higher education institutions to protect the data they hold. We represent victims for group and individual claims for university data breach cases on a No Win, No Fee basis, and victims have a voice with us.
Here’s how we can help.
This week marks the second anniversary of the Ticketmaster data breach compensation action that we launched when victims of the breach were notified about what had happened.
This was one of the first big breaches that took place just after the introduction of the GDPR. We knew it was just a matter of time until a data breach event like that took place, and we immediately started legal action. In fact, we launched the action by way of a formal Letter of Claim to Ticketmaster within weeks of the breach hitting the headlines in 2018.
We now act for a group of victims of the data breach who we are representing for compensation cases on a No Win, No Fee basis. If you have yet to start your case, you should do so ASAP, and we will outline what steps you need to take here.
If you have suffered as a victim of a local council data breach, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation with our team on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The law is on your side and it’s there to be used if you’re ever the victim of an incident where personal information has been exposed or misused. We represent thousands of people for data breach cases and many involve local authorities, so you are not alone, and you have a voice for justice.
Here’s a little guidance in terms of when you may be able to bring a legal case and what you could be eligible to claim for.
If you have yet to start your Virgin Media data breach claim, you can sign-up quickly and easily today for No Win, No Fee representation.
If you are one of the 900,000 victims of the data breach, you have the right to justice. We are representing a large group of victims for cases and there is still time to claim if you have yet to sign-up. You could be entitled to an estimated pay-out of up to £5,000.00 for the distress suffered by the loss of control of your personal data.
Here’s a little information about making a claim and the No Win, No Fee guarantees that we have in place for you.
Organisations deleting information should normally happen in a legal way and in a way that complies with their own policies for this. Where this isn’t the case, what can you do?
You could be entitled to make a claim for compensation, as the impact of this kind of incident can be severe. We may be able to offer to represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis if we believe that there’s a case to answer.
Read on for guidance and information.
Last week, the easyJet data breach hit the headlines and may have become the biggest incident in 2020 so far, and it may remain as that for the rest of the year.
The reason is that a monumental 9 million people in the UK have been affected by the cyberattack. When you look at how this compares to other recent incidents, which we’ll outline below, it’s a staggering number. It seems likely that this will go down as one of the biggest incidents of all time to hit the UK.
Our expert data breach lawyers are also investigating the issues as the airline undertakes the mammoth job of notifying millions of customers that their personal data has been exposed in the breach.
We are now representing a number of victims of the recent 118 118 Money data breach, with legal cases being taken forward on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you have received the breach notification from the company, we may be able to represent you. The information exposed in this breach could be enough for criminals to use, and the risks for victims are real.
Read on for more information about the breach, the risk that people may face, and how we can help you now.
Has your information been exposed in the recent Robert Dyas data breach? Our team is on hand to offer free, no-obligation advice and No Win, No Fee compensation options.
Victims could be entitled to make a claim for compensation for the distress suffered by the loss of control of personal information. If any money has been lost or stolen as a result of a fraud event that’s directly linked to the cyberattack, this could also be included on top of a claim for distress.
Read on for more information about the breach and how we are helping victims of this cyberattack with legal representation for justice.
You can be entitled to make a claim for compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis for a medical data leak incident.
These kinds of breaches can be common. In fact, one of the most common types of individual cases that we take forward involve medical information being misused or exposed, and this applies to several of the group and multi-party actions we’re involved with. You should never suffer in silence and victims should know that they have the right to seek justice when medical information is subject to a breach. We know from first-hand experience just how devastating the damage can be for people.
If this has happened to you, read on for more advice and information about what you can do and how we might be able to help you.
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.
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.