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British Airway complaints and compensation is one of the big issues in the data world right now. We’ve launched our legal action after the massive breach affecting some 380,000 people.
The legal action we’ve launched on behalf of a number of victims of the breach we represent goes way beyond the rising British Airways complaints and compensation promises. We’re aware victims have had difficulty in getting in touch with British Airways for help, and their FAQ page suggests victims contact their banks. They’ve also assured that no customer will be left out-of-pocket, but there’s more to it than that.
Victims are being urged to sign-up for compensation with us as soon as they can.
The important legal advice you need to know for British Airways complaints and compensation is simple:
Their phone-lines have reportedly been jammed up with people contacting them about the breach. In our view, the better option is to instruct us to represent you and we can get the ball rolling for a claim right away.
We’re representing victims on a No Win, No Fee basis, so what do you have to lose?
The benefit of our involvement when it comes to British Airways complaints and compensation as a victim of the breach is that we’re pledging to do more.
Although the airline has promised to ensure no customer is left out-of-pocket, we’re also pledging to fight for compensation for any distress caused as well.
Compensation for the distress alone could amount to £1,250.00 or more. This isn’t something British Airways are currently promising to provide.
We’re representing a group of Claimants for recovery of the additional compensation.
Leave the British Airways complaints and compensation process to us. We’ll do the legwork for you, and we’ll help you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
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