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If you have yet to start your British Airways hack compensation claim, here’s a handy guide of a few things that you need to know about in terms of what’s going on.
We initiated legal claims last year as soon as news of the breach hit the headlines. Just over a year on from the first announcement of the breaches, a great deal has happened, and we’re acting for a number of people on a No Win, No Fee basis for claims.
If you’ve yet to start your legal case and you’re not sure what the current state of play is, this quick and handy guide will hopefully give you a little insight.
Joining the British Airways hack compensation action is easy. All you need to do is:
And that’s it for the moment. There will then be a requirement to provide certain information and evidence to help support your claim, and when we have that, your place in the action can be secured.
There has been a few developments in the court case so far as we fight for the rights of those who are entitled to make a British Airways hack compensation claim.
One of the big hearings took place earlier this month, and the result of this saw:
There had been some previous disputes with regards to the final cut-off date to join the action, and this included BA’s lawyers trying to go for a short deadline period. We were successful in arguing for a much lengthier one, and we were very pleased with our appointment to the Steering Committee.
You can join the British Airways hack compensation action right now, and we recommend that you initiate your case sooner rather than later.
The final deadline to have your claim fully finalised is set for early 2021. However, there can be a lot that needs doing between now and then. You should never leave it too late or leave it until the last minute, which does happen.
In an action we were also on the Steering Committee for where the deadline expired last year, we still get fresh enquires from people asking us for help. Sadly, we must turn them away. The deadline has passed!
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