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If you were affected by the 2018 cyberattack incidents but you’ve yet to find out if you can claim for the BA data breach, here’s how to know if you’re eligible to join the BA Group Action.
It’s important to understand whether you can join the class action as soon as possible. We believe that the lawyers representing British Airways are looking for a short cut-off date for people to join the action. As per our press release this month, we’ve urging people to claim now to avoid missing out.
It’s really easy to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim for data breach compensation as a victim of the breach. Read on to find out how.
You can check now to see if you’re eligible to make a claim for the British Airways data breach by answering the simple questions on criteria stage of the BA Group Action website here.
Once you’ve answered the questions, we’ll be able to tell you right away if you’re eligible to join the action. If you are, you’re welcome to move on to the next stage of the form where you can sign-up for a claim straight away.
You should have already been informed if your personal information was affected by the 2018 cyber incidents. Answering the questions on the form should then tell you if you’re able to join the BA Group Action.
You should sign-up to make a claim for the BA data breach as soon as you possibly can to avoid missing any deadlines that might materialise over the next for weeks.
The final deadline that the court will impose is yet to be established. However, there’s set to be an important hearing next week that may lead to the deadline being established. With the lawyers for British Airways possibly wanting a short cut-off date, we could have a final one established very soon.
And you might not have long to claim. So, if you’re serious about making a claim for compensation, you should sign-up without delay.
To start your claim by checking your eligibility on the BA Group Action website.
If you’re then able to make a No Win, No Fee legal case, you can get started straight away.
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