When information is shared without consent, the person whose data has been shared could be entitled to claim compensation, and we could pursue a case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation specialists, we represent thousands of clients for data breach claims. Many cases involve information being shared when it shouldn’t have been, so this is something that we’re used to representing people for.
If this has happened to you and you need our advice, here’s some guidance for you.
Anyone who has been affected by government data leaks can be entitled to make a claim for compensation, and we may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation.
Despite certain events that take place, the government is not above the law and can be held to account. When it comes to important data protection legislation, they must abide by the GDPR and the other laws that are in place to safeguard information that is stored and processed. Where data is leaked, victims could be entitled to claim, and we may be able to assist.
Don’t be afraid that you may need to take on the government in a case. As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation lawyers, we’ll fight your corner. We’re used to taking on governments as well as some of the biggest corporations, insurers and defence law firms in the world. You have rights, and we can fight for them for you.
If a council has shared your information without consent, or inappropriately, you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Council data breach compensation claims are one of the most common types of individual legal cases that we take forward for people. Unfortunately, they can happen a lot, and the impact can be severe given the nature of the information that they store and process.
If your data has been shared and you did not agree to it being shared in the way that it was, or at all, we may be able to help you. We can offer free, no-obligation advice as a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation specialists.
We already believed that the risk of further public sector and government data breach incidents was significant, but a recent review has drawn similar conclusions.
Many of the thousands of clients that we represent have had information exposed or misused by a public sector body. In the wake of the recent New Year’s Honours data breach that we’re pursuing damages for, a review has concluded that the risk of further breaches is “significant”.
This doesn’t come as a surprise to us, and we can explain why. Many are labelled as just “human error” incidents, but there can be so much more to it than that.
If you have been the victim of an incident where there has been a leak of confidential records, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
There are many ways it can happen, from medical data breach claims to those involving confidential financial data with your local council. It may even involve employment records or domestic data in educational records.
You have rights, and the law is on your side. If you have suffered as a result of your confidential information being subject to a data leak, here’s how we may be able to help you. As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation experts, we are your voice for justice.
Victims can be eligible to make a claim for compensation arising from email data leaks. You could be entitled to benefit from our No Win, No Fee representation.
These kinds of leaks can happen in all sectors: from healthcare, to the local council, to your own employer. Private companies can be guilty of email leaks too, whether it’s data leaked about customers to other customers, or to other businesses.
We’re representing a huge number of victims where cases arise from information being leaked by email. This includes the recent Watford Community Housing (WCH) data breach, and some of the most infamous examples like the 56 Dean Street Clinic leak.
There has reportedly been a potentially serious Portsmouth City Council data breach involving a stolen laptop that contained the data for adults and children.
It’s understood that the device was taken in November and may have contained information relating to family matters as well as health data and school information. In the wrong hands, this kind of data could be used for malicious purposes.
Council data breach compensation claims are one of the more common types of individual legal cases that we take forward. When data is exposed or stolen in such a way, the council could receive a fine and the victims can be entitled to make a claim for compensation too.
The Virgin Media data breach action for compensation that we’ve launched has grown significantly over the last week following our successful media outreach campaign.
With coverage of our compensation action in mainstream media outlets such as The Sun and the Daily Mail, our team has been incredibly busy dealing with the surge of new sign-ups. We’ve set up a dedicated website for people to be able to join the group compensation action quickly and easily here.
With our No Win, No Fee representation, and our unique experience as a leading consumer rights and data breach compensation law firm, all you need to do is start your case.
A large number of victims of the recent Watford Community Housing data leak have come forward and asked for our help as part of our growing compensation action.
We’ve taken several cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis. We consider that this incident is a clear breach of the GDPR, and victims can be entitled to make a claim for data breach compensation.
If you’ve yet to start a case, here’s some information about the data breach and how we can help you now.
The concept of data breach distress compensation is a relatively new area of law, and one that we’ve been at the forefront of for several years; but what is it, and what do we do?
As the world becomes increasingly more digitalised, the likelihood that data is misused, leaked or hacked is more common. We no longer have to just lock up our doors at night; we also need to make sure that our electronic doors are safe and secure. With more information accessible and stored digitally, it’s more susceptible to being breached.
The result is that data breach incidents have grown astronomically in recent years. As a result, people are suffering; and that’s where we can help.