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If you’ve yet to start your British Airways compensation claim, it’s not too late to sign-up to the pending group action that we’re fighting for justice in.

We’ve been representing victims of the data breaches since news of the cyber-attacks hit the headlines last year. We’re now representing a number of victims who have been affected, and we’re pursuing legal action for them on a No Win, No Fee basis.

If you’re serious about claiming, we urge you to make sure you sign-up as soon as you can to avoid missing any key deadlines that may occur during the course of the legal action. Here’s a little information about what you need to know.

Can you make a British Airways compensation claim?

If you’ve been informed that you were affected by one or both of the 2018 cyber-attacks, you may be entitled to make a British Airways compensation claim

And if you’re not sure, or if you haven’t been notified, you can check your eligibility on the BA Group Action page here.

If you are eligible, we can then represent you for a No Win, No Fee compensation claim. With that kind of offer available for you, what have you got to lose?

Will the legal action succeed?

The airline has been in the news a lot lately for all of the wrong reasons; the British Airways computer failure, ongoing talks of strikes, and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) intention to issue a record-setting GDPR fine of £183m.

But adverse press aside, we’re confident that we can succeed with the British Airways compensation claim action that we have initiated. That’s why we’ve agreed to represent people on a No Win, No Fee basis, which we only ever do when we consider that there are reasonable prospects of succeeding with the action.

News of the ICO’s provisional fine can be taken as good news for those who are claiming. Although the fine is a totally separate thing to the compensation action, it shows that the ICO consider that BA has failed in their duties to protect the data that they hold.

Starting your British Airways compensation claim

Getting started with your British Airways compensation claim is simple and easy. You can follow our quick sign-up process here and get the case initiated right away.

We’ve been fighting for the rights of data breach victims for a number of years and our lawyers are involved in dozens of different group and multi-party actions. That’s why we’re a trusted name when it comes compensation for those who have been wronged by organisations who have failed to uphold their important data protection duties.

Trust the experts, and start your case today.

IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.

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First published by Matthew on August 09, 2019
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