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We are representing a group of victims who are pursuing British Airways data breach claims with our expert team who are on the Steering Committee responsible for the overall conduct of the litigation.
We are pursuing cases on a No Win, No Fee basis as we prepare the Claimants for meeting the requirements of the big court deadline early next year. Claimants could be entitled to receive up to £6,000.00 or more in estimated pay-outs.
If you have yet to join, we recommend that you get started as soon as you possibly can.
We believe that we can succeed with the British Airways data breach claims that we have taken forward for victims of the 2018 cyberattack events. This is why we’re representing our clients for legal cases on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The No Win, No Fee is designed to do exactly what it says it does. If the case doesn’t win, we can write off our legal fees, and all you need to do is comply with the terms and conditions of the agreement. We work this way when we’re confident of succeeding with the action – which we are – as we appreciate that many would not claim if they had to pay for a case that lost.
We’re also huge believers in access to justice, so we wouldn’t want to have it any other way.
We’ve been fighting for justice in dozens of different group and multi-party actions for years. Unfortunately, some have lost, and this can be the case when the opponent has a legitimate defence to a case which means they’re not liable to compensate people. Although we always fight hard for a good outcome, we are bound by the law, and we can only succeed where the law entitles victims to be awarded damages.
It’s good to know that, for the very small numbers that do not succeed, we have absolutely honoured our No Win, No Fee commitments. We remain confident that we can achieve a good outcome in the BA Data Breach Group Action, but it’s good to know that the assurance is there for our clients.
For the British Airways data breach claims that we are pursuing, we’re working hard to make sure that all cases are prepared in advance of the court deadline that falls next year. This includes obtaining the necessary evidence and information for each and every client and making sure they’re ready to comply with the requirements of the court.
There is still time to join the action but, with the deadline fast approaching, we recommend that you do so as soon as you can. We will then need to undertake all the necessary work to get your case ready before the deadline, and this can take time to achieve.
Whatever you do, don’t miss the court deadlines. It could mean that you lose out on the chance to claim thousands of pounds in compensation, and we will likely close our books for new cases before the final court deadline falls.
Those who try to pursue British Airways data breach claims after the court deadline will usually have to apply to the court for special permission to join. In our experience, unless there’s a very good reason for it, these applications are typically refused. It’s not usually accepted as a good reason if the reason is that you did not know about the deadline. The best way to view the deadline is one that is simply not to be missed!
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