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We represent people claiming cyberattack compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis for distress and loss caused by the loss of control of personal information.
As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we represent thousands of people for privacy claims, and many of those are in group, multi-party and class action cases, where many people have been affected by a singular incident. In a case such as this, we must establish that the organisation responsible for protecting your information has been negligent, and we can normally assess this for you quickly on a free and no-obligation basis – contact us here to discuss your case now.
You could be entitled to claim cyberattack compensation if your information has been misused or exposed as a result of a data breach stemming from such an event.
When you pursue compensation for the loss of control of your personal information, winning the case often comes down to proving that you have been the victim of negligence. Negligence generally means proving that there has been a breach of the GDPR, so in the case of a cyberattack, we must prove that the organisation responsible for protecting your information has done so inadequately.
An easy example of where you could be eligible to pursue cyberattack compensation successfully could be where the organisation did not have adequate cybersecurity defences in place. Another easy example is where information has been accessed as a result of an error by an employee, such as them falling for a phishing scam and allowing hackers to gain access to systems that way.
We will normally need to investigate a cyberattack compensation claim thoroughly to make sure we can prove that there has been a breach of the GDPR. Where we can prove this, you could be eligible to recover thousands of pounds in damages just for the distress alone. If you are unfortunate enough to have incurred financial losses and expenses as well, these can be considered.
A lot of the group/class action and multi-party cases that we represent people for involve cyberattacks, as this is generally how large events affecting many people take place in a privacy setting. We represent thousands of people in dozens of privacy group actions stemming from cyberattacks, including the British Airways data breaches of 2018, the Equifax hack of 2017, and the more recent EasyJet event of 2020.
We are representing victims who are pursuing cyberattack compensation claims in those matters on a No Win, No Fee basis, as we are confident that we can recover compensation for them.
You could be entitled to pursue a privacy claim for compensation if you have lost control of your personal information as a result of a hack. If we believe that you have a case that can succeed, that is when we could represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The best thing to do is speak to our expert team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now on an entirely confidential basis. We can normally tell you quickly if we think there is a case to make and, if we believe we can help you, you are free to instruct us to pursue the claim straight away there and then.