Category: Group Actions
It’s important that people are made aware that they have the right to make a claim for compensation with No Win, No Fee support. The process for starting a case has been set up so all victims need to do is complete the simple forms on the Virgin Media Group Action website here.
Victims could be entitled to claim an estimated potential £5,000.00 in damages for the loss of control of personal information that stems from the breach. If you’ve been informed that your data was exposed, we may be able to help you.
If you’re a victim of the recent LOQBOX data breach, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We’re already acting for several victims of the hack, and we may be able to help you too. Those affected by the breach could be entitled to claim compensation for distress and for monetary losses, and we’re representing clients right now as one of the dozens of data breach actions we’re fighting for justice in.
We assessed the action right away as we were contacted by victims soon after the breach notifications were sent to people. We accepted cases immediately, and we continue to do so.
Here’s how you can sign-up to start your Virgin Media data breach compensation claim today with our No Win, No Fee representation.
As this matter will likely form into a group action, a separate website has been established for victims to claim as part of one group. This has been set up with the same infrastructure we already have in place as a firm involved in dozens of other group and multi-party actions.
Signing up for a legal case is quick and easy. All you need to do is head over to the Virgin Media Data Breach Group Action site here to get started.
Around 900,000 customers have had their personal information exposed in the Virgin Media data breach, and we’ve launched a compensation action for victims on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We’ve already taken several legal cases forward for those who are eligible to make a claim with us. So far, investigations have confirmed that names, email addresses, telephone numbers, and account data has been compromised, including some contract information.
In the wrong hands, this data could be enough for fraudsters and scammers to do some damage. We know that victims may be distressed as a result of their data being exposed, and that’s where we can help.
It looks like travel data breaches are on the rise. Hackers are likely targeting this sector because of the wealth of data that they could steal, and people need to be wary.
We’re more than used to representing people for data breaches that arise from the travel sector, and one of the big group actions we’re involved with is the BA Group Action. The damage that can be caused to the victims can be substantial, both in terms of the distress caused and for any money stolen as well.
We can represent victims who claim data breach compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis. If you have been the victim of a travel data breach, we may be able to help you also.
There can be good ways and bad ways to make a British Airways data breach claim. As an expert firm that specialises in data breaches and consumer actions, here’s some guidance for you.
We know that it can be a bit of a minefield when it comes to looking for the perfect law firm to represent you. We know that many people are wary of lawyers, and given there are some bad firms out there, we can understand why. That being said, we are regulated, but there are differences in the experiences you will get with different firms.
As our name states, we are the Data Breach Lawyers; and we’re that for a very good reason. We can outline what we do and how we believe that it can be most beneficial for you.
We’re now just 12 months away from the official BA cyber-attack compensation deadline for the formal Group Litigation Order that has been established.
By order of the High Court of Justice, in October 2018, a formal GLO was put into place. This means that all cases that form as part of this action will be managed as part of the joint proceedings. Our firm has been appointed to the Steering Committee that’s responsible for the overall conduct of the litigation, and the deadline to join was set for 17th January 2021.
You may not be worried about the deadline given how far away it is. You should take heed of it, and there’s really no reason as to why you should delay starting your case.
Here’s some information about the official BA data breach group action. There is only one formal Group Litigation Order (GLO) action, which is important for people to understand.
The primary reason as to why we’re discussing this is because there are a lot of law firms saying a lot of different things when it comes to data breach cases. Several are claiming to be “the experts” and claiming that they “lead the field”, but it’s vital to look beneath these soundbites to understand who you’re really dealing with. And since the British Airways GLO was formally given the go-ahead by Mr Justice Warby in October, many more lawyers are now getting involved.
Here’s some vital information for you.
The British Airways Data Event Group Litigation was formally established after a hearing that took place on 4th October 2019.
The purpose of this action – which is a formal Group Litigation Order (GLO) – is for the common issues for victims affected by the 2018 BA cyber-attacks to be argued as one. There’s little point in arguing each individual case when the issues are so common, so if we can get the common issues resolved, it then becomes a matter of individual compensation.
We know that it can be somewhat confusing to know where to turn when you need legal advice and representation. Here’s some advice about the official GLO that may be useful for you.
As the British Airways data class action remains the hot topic of the data breach compensation world right now, we think that it’s important to put victims in the know when it comes to the recent developments.
And this is especially important now that the formal Group Litigation Order (GLO) has been given the go ahead by Mr Justice Warby in October this year. This means that it’s all now formal and there are court deadlines in place, and it’s important for Claimants to know what they now need to do.
Here’s some information about what the GLO means and what people now need to do to make sure that they can get involved in what’s set to be one of the biggest battles for justice ever seen.
Here’s a bit of a brief ‘what you need to know’ when it comes to the BA data breach class action, given that we continue to take new cases on all the time.
We understand that many people will want the answers to a number of questions before they sign-up for a case. It can be a bit scary when it comes to formally instructing a lawyer to represent you for something like this, so let’s try and put your mind at ease.
We’ll answer some of the common questions that are asked, but as always, please don’t hesitate to speak to our team if you need to. To go ahead and sign-up to join the BA Groupie Action, you can visit the website here.
The mammoth British Airways GDPR fine and the group action for compensation we’re on the Steering Committee for were totally avoidable, meaning the airline could have saved themselves a fortune.
Research from HackerOne indicated that a simple Bug Bounty that could have cost less than £10,000.00 may have identified the vulnerabilities that led to the successful 2018 cyber-attack incidents. In fact, such a bounty could also have stopped the Carphone Warehouse, Ticketmaster and TalkTalk hacks as well, it’s understood.
The fact that this was avoidable can help the prospects of succeeding with the BA Group Action, although it’s important to know the difference between the fines and the compensation for victims.