Claim Equifax cyber attack compensation now
It’s not too late to join the claim Equifax cyber attack compensation. We started a legal action last year, but you can still start a case now.
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.
Justice now for victims of the Equifax cyber attack
We want to make sure that any victim of the Equifax cyber attack is entitled to the justice they deserve. That’s why we launched our legal action last year after news of the cyber attack hit the press.
With our lawyers fighting in over 20 different data breach actions, we launched our legal cases in response to the Equifax cyber attack right away. We now act for a large number of victims, but you can still sign-up now quickly and easily if you have yet to do so.
How does the Equifax cyber attack legal action work?
The Equifax cyber attack legal action is a civil action for compensation for victims of the attack. Dependant on what data of was compromised in the attack and how a victim has been affected is how we can value a claim. Victims could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in compensation from the credit referencing agency.
The fine issued by the ICO was small as a result of the old laws. In addition, some of the criminal punishments lacking in severity so far as well. Victims of the cyber attack need to know that they have a voice.
Never be afraid of going up against a huge organisations when you have the representation of our expert Data Breach Lawyers.
We’re fighting for Equifax cyber attack vicitms’ rights on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means that we can waive our legal fees if the action doesn’t succeed.
Get in contact with our team for free, no obligation advice now.
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