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We can pursue medical GDPR breach claims for compensation on behalf of those who have suffered distress, working on a No Win, No Fee basis as part of our commitment to access to justice.
Anyone affected by an incident of this nature could be eligible to recover damages for any distress caused by the loss of control of their personal information. The first place to start to find out if you can pursue a case is to contact our team for free, no-obligation legal help here now.
We can represent people pursuing medical GDPR breach claims when particularly personal and sensitive healthcare data has been misused or exposed. If the information in question has been misused or exposed as a result of some form of negligence, that could constitute a breach of the GDPR. If there has been a provable breach of the GDPR, that is when a victim could be eligible to claim damages.
In most claims, victims can recover compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of their personal information. Most people do not claim any losses and expenses and it is just the distress that you claim for, but that can be significant. In fact, when it comes to medical data breach compensation cases, the distress can be so significant that pay-outs can easily exceed over £10,000 in damages alone. That is based on an analysis of our own legal cases where we have settled claims in excess of £10,000 for a number of clients.
The reason for this is that medical data is precisely the kind of information that we want to maintain strict confidentiality over. The GDPR recognises its sensitivity because it can be classed as “special category” information, which can afford it additional protection.
If you have suffered an incident of this nature, please do not hesitate to contact our team here now for free, no-obligation legal advice.
When it comes to medical GDPR breach claims in respect of NHS data protection incidents, it is claims against the public healthcare service that are generally the most common.
Ultimately, the NHS has an incredibly important responsibility to look after the information that it stores and processes. Any negligence that arises can subsequently be a breach of the GDPR and could allow a victim to pursue damages, which they are rightfully able to do in accordance with the law.
Any medical GDPR breach claims for compensation that we believe can succeed mean that we can offer to represent affected victims on a No Win, No Fee basis. What this means is that we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed, and all our client needs to do is make sure that they comply with the reasonable terms and conditions in place.
This fantastic way of working allows for access to justice for those who need it the most. In addition to this, when it comes to cases of this nature, we are leading experts in the field of data breach compensation claiming. We have been helping people pursue damages in this niche and complex area of law for a significant amount of time; considerably more so than many other law firms out there.
Make sure to find out if we can help you now with a No Win, No Fee legal case by contacting us here now.