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Anyone affected by third-party security breaches could be entitled to claim compensation in accordance with the GDPR, and we may be able to represent you for a case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Our role as your Data Breach Lawyers is to fight for your right to secure compensation so you can leave any questions of liability completely to us. All you need to do is make sure to contact us for free, no-obligation legal help about starting a claim for compensation here now.
Liability in respect of third-party security breaches could be with either the organisation at the centre of storing and processing your data or an outsourced company. In many cases, it may depend on who was directly responsible for the breach and, when it relates to third parties, it is often because the agency or outsourced company is responsible. This can make them liable and make them have to deal with a case but, if there is any issue in respect of them being unable to, it is also still the case that the organisation who outsourced work to them can still have a core responsibility in respect of the GDPR.
For you, it is not really something that you need to worry about too much as this is what we can do as part of pursuing your compensation case. It is our role to do all the legwork for you and fight for your right to justice so you can leave the liability matters to us as we fight hard to make sure that we can resolve your case favourably.
If you have been affected by third-party security breaches and you have lost control of your personal information as a result, you could be eligible to claim GDPR compensation. The GDPR is not just there for organisations to adhere to in respect of policies, practices and procedures, it is also there for victims to use in the event something goes wrong.
The law can entitle you to recover thousands of pounds in damages to compensate you for the distress that you suffer from that is caused by you losing your right to privacy. Our average claims settlement is just over £6,000 in damages alone for mostly individual cases where our clients claim distress, so it is well worth your time pursuing a case. For eligible clients, we are also proud to be able to offer No Win, No Fee legal representation as part of our commitment to access to justice.
It is easy to find out if you have a case to pursue – all you need to do is contact our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
When it comes to local government cyberattacks, many could involve third-party security breaches as it is becoming increasingly common for civil service sectors to outsource work to such companies. Again, as we have covered above, the liability could be with either the local authority or the outsourced company, but that is not something you need to worry about.
Local government cyberattacks are a particular concern because they are a target for hackers to pursue given that they store and process such a significant wealth of very personal and sensitive information. Anyone affected by an incident of this nature could suffer significant distress when particularly personal and sensitive data is misused or exposed.