Ticketmaster data breach compensation action: two years on

Ticketmaster data breach compensation

This week marks the second anniversary of the Ticketmaster data breach compensation action that we launched when victims of the breach were notified about what had happened.

This was one of the first big breaches that took place just after the introduction of the GDPR. We knew it was just a matter of time until a data breach event like that took place, and we immediately started legal action. In fact, we launched the action by way of a formal Letter of Claim to Ticketmaster within weeks of the breach hitting the headlines in 2018.

We now act for a group of victims of the data breach who we are representing for compensation cases on a No Win, No Fee basis. If you have yet to start your case, you should do so ASAP, and we will outline what steps you need to take here.

About the Ticketmaster data breach compensation

The Ticketmaster data breach compensation action that we have launched is for victims of the breach to receive compensation for the loss of control of their personal information.

We believe that this was an avoidable breach that has arisen from the negligence of the company. For this reason, we believe that we can establish a successful case for them breaching the GDPR which can then allow victims of the breach to receive compensation.

When you make a claim, you can be entitled, by law, to receive damages for the distress that you suffer that’s caused because the control you had over your information is now lost. Personal and sensitive data has been exposed and it could be abused by criminals and fraudsters. Even if you are lucky enough to not be targeted, there’s still the worry of being targeted. In fact, there may still be the distress because your information has been leaked in any event. This is claimable, and you do not have to have suffered any form of actual financial loss or expenses to be eligible to claim.

We continue to pursue cases for the clients that we represent. At the moment, our firm view is that it’s best to try to negotiate settlement of cases without the need for court action. Issuing court proceedings prematurely and without a good reason to do so is usually not in the interests of justice, nor is it a wise use of court time. When this happens, we have seen the court issue costs penalties to claimants, which is something we always want to avoid. We do not want to put our clients at risk like this and will always try to do the right thing and resolve cases without the need for court action.

About the No Win, No Fee representation

Clients who sign-up for us to represent them for their Ticketmaster data breach compensation case can benefit from our No Win, No Fee representation.

We are fighting for justice in dozens of actions and we always take cases and actions forward on a No Win, No Fee basis when we believe that there’s a good enough chance of succeeding. We know that most people would not want to claim if they had to pay if an action lost, so having this kind of protection in place is important. It simply means that there’s only one question to ask yourself when you want to start a claim: what have you got to lose?

Sign-up for a legal case today

You can still sign-up for a Ticketmaster data breach compensation claim now. There’s still time to access our representation, and all you need to do is call the team now on 0800 634 75 75.

You can also complete a contact form and we can get in touch with you at a time and date that’s convenient for you. Our office is open on most weekdays from 9am to 10pm, and 9am to 5pm on weekends so we can be as accessible as we can for you.

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