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You could be entitled to claim compensation if you have been the victim of an incident involving abandoned medical records, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
You might be surprised how often this kind of incident can happen, but anyone who has been affected by a healthcare data breach could be eligible to claim compensation in any event. The first place to start to find out if we can help you is to contact our legal team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
You could be entitled to claim privacy compensation if you have been affected by an incident involving abandoned medical records. In a healthcare data compensation claim, you could be eligible to pursue a case for a breach of the GDPR if we can establish that a breach has taken place.
You might be surprised to know that incidents involving abandoned medical records are matters that have taken place on numerous occasions in the past, including in compensation claims we have pursued. From a healthcare professional accidentally leaving medical records on public transport or dropping them in the street, to clinical records being left in closed-down premises, such an event can easily happen. Whilst such an event can easily happen, there is absolutely no excuse whatsoever for healthcare information to be at risk of exposure in such ways, and an event of this nature could constitute a breach of the GDPR.
If you have been notified that you have been involved in an incident in which your healthcare information has been leaked or exposed, you could be entitled to claim GDPR compensation. You can contact our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now to find out quickly if we are able to help you.
Healthcare data breach legal claims are some of the most common that we take forward for people when it comes to individual compensation cases; events involving abandoned medical records or the general leak or exposure of healthcare information. The reason why this is such a common type of case is often because victims of such incidents usually suffer significant distress which warrants pursuing a case. When it comes to claiming, generally speaking, the more distress you suffer from, the more a claim could be worth. People will typically suffer more distress when it comes to information that is particularly personal and sensitive, of which healthcare data is precisely this kind.
The GDPR actually recognises that medical information should be treated differently because it can be classed as “special category” information which can afford it additional protection. Healthcare data breach legal claims can easily be valued and settled in excess of £10,000, depending on the nature of the suffering that has been involved. As such, it is well worth pursuing a case. Further, we can represent eligible clients on a No Win, No Fee basis for privacy cases.
You could pursue an NHS breach of confidentiality compensation claim on a No Win, No Fee basis with our leading team of privacy compensation experts. Most healthcare data breach cases are usually against the NHS as the public organisation responsible for healthcare in the UK. Given the nature of the information that can be affected, it is important that people seek some form of justice for what has happened.