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If you were affected by the BA data breach, we have some incredibly important legal advice that we need you to know about now.
There’s a huge hearing set to take place this Friday. At this hearing, the deadline to join the BA Group Action may be set, and there might not be a lot of time for you to start your case.
Our recent exclusive in the media revealed our concerns about the lawyers acting for British Airways and their initial desire for a short cut-off date to join the action. This kind of short cut-off period, if put in place, could lead to hundreds of thousands of people missing out on thousand so pounds in compensation.
If you’ve yet to claim, now is the time to do something about it.
If you’re one of the many victims who were affected by the BA data breach incidents of 2018, we’re urging you to sign-up and join the BA Group Action now if you’ve yet to do so.
We don’t want anyone to miss out, but when the court cut-off dates are sealed, the clock is ticking. In fact, it already is ticking, as there’s more to it than just signing up with us. We need certain information and evidence, and this can take time to put together.
If you’re serious about joining the legal case, but you’ve yet to sign-up, you should start your case sooner rather than later to avoid missing out.
If you miss the final deadline as one of the victims who were affected by the BA data breach and could have been eligible to join the action, you could miss out.
If you’re not a part of the Group Litigation Order by the time the deadline passes, and if you haven’t complied with the necessary requirements that the court asks, you may be unable to benefit from any settlement that takes place in the action.
We still get enquiries through from people who missed the deadline for other actions we’ve previously been involved in, and we sadly must turn those people away.
With average pay-outs in the BA Group Action potentially hitting the £6,000.00, and the potential for extreme cases to be set at £16,000.00, can you really afford to miss out?
The questions on your lips may well be:
To find out if you were affected, you can answer the first initial questions on our sign-up form. This doesn’t start a case, and you’re only answering initial eligibility questions. If you then want to start the case, you can provide more details on the section that follows.
The firm itself is a great way to know if you can join the BA Group Action or not.
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