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You could be entitled to claim compensation when an organisation failed to protect personal data that belongs to you, and we may be able to represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
You could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in damages as a result of losing control over your personal information, and we can use the GDPR as the vital piece of legislation to pursue a claim. If you think that you may have a claim to make, our team is happy to speak to you for free, no-obligation legal advice – you can contact us here now.
Compensation claims for consumer data breaches can allow thousands of people to group their cases together into one efficient set of legal proceedings.
Court proceedings may be brought together to form a Group Litigation Order (GLO) which can be the best way to proceed with large volumes of cases where there are similar or identical issues. In a data breach setting, this usually means that singular events such as a cyberattack or a leak has led to the information for a large number of people being affected. Rather than pursuing thousands or even millions of individual claims, people can bring their cases together to better resolve the issues.
To speak to us about pursuing a consumer data breach compensation claim, you can call our helpline on 0800 634 75 75 or complete a call back form below.
You can join the Equifax Lawsuit in the UK that we have been helping clients for since news broke of the data breach back in 2017.
We now act for a large number of Claimants who have instructed us to represent them in their fight for justice. This was a preventable breach that has caused distress to a number of victims who were caught up in the incident. The vulnerability with Equifax’s systems should have been identified earlier as well.
If you’ve yet to join the Equifax lawsuit in the UK, there’s still time to do so. But you should get involved ASAP to avoid missing any key deadlines in the action.
Equifax were recently fined £500,000.00 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as a result of the cyber attack. Despite the fact that the organisation turns over billions each year, the attack took place before the GDPR came into force. This meant that the maximum fine that the ICO could issue was the one they were given.
Victims of the Equifax cyber attack can be entitled to justice by claiming for data breach compensation. The cost of the claims should be met by Equifax and should act as a greater punishment for this avoidable attack.
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.