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.
If a letter is sent to the wrong address and this leads to a data breach where your privacy or information has been compromised, you may be able to claim compensation.
This kind of legal case is one that we can take forward for a victim on a No Win, No Fee basis for eligible clients. Your rights are enshrined in law and victims can claim damages where this kind of incident has led to the misuse or exposure of information.
It can be a common type of breach that we have helped people for over the many years we’ve been at the forefront of data breach compensation. As a leading law firm in this complex and niche area of law, we can help you.
Some statistics have put the number of downloads for mental health apps at one million since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and these apps have been around for quite some time.
The additional strain that the pandemic is causing on our mental wellbeing is widely recognised, and the increased usage of such apps doesn’t come as a surprise. But people do need to be careful, and some apps will be more secure than others. It’s a perfect opportunity for scammers to try to muscle their way in to get hold of sensitive information too.
So, should we be concerned, what may happen if an app is breached, and what can we do to help people?
It’s important for victims to know their rights when it comes to hospital ransomware attacks, as this usually involves a great deal of personal and sensitive data.
Medical data breach compensation claims are one of the most common types of individual legal cases that we take forward. We represent thousands of clients, and those whose healthcare information has been misused or exposed tend to suffer significantly. This is why we do what we do: to make sure that the victims have a voice when data protection laws have been broken.
As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation experts, here’s how we can help people.
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.
Nursing home data breaches can have a devastating impact on the victims. When victims are already elderly and vulnerable, the impact can be worsened.
As a leading consumer action and data breach compensation law firm, it’s important for us to make sure that people know their rights. If you or someone you know has been affected by a data breach involving a nursing home, there is action that you can take.
We may be able to pursue a claim for compensation for the victim on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Victims of a hospital patient records leak can be entitled to make a claim for compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis.
These kinds of leaks can easily happen, and we represent a lot of clients for cases of this nature. Given the wealth of personal and sensitive information that healthcare organisations store and process, any leak or misuse event can be serious.
Victims of a medical data breach can be entitled to claim for the distress caused by the loss of control of their personal information. When it comes to medical cases, the distress can be severe.
Over the many years we’ve been at the forefront of healthcare data breach claims, we’ve seen increasing numbers of new compensation cases, and we expect this to continue.
The healthcare industry has always been a target for cybercriminals because of the nature of the data that they hold, and the sector has always been susceptible to breaches due to funding constraints in some areas. There’s also the fact that the nature of the data, when exposed, can mean that the impact for the victim is severe. This means people can be more likely to make a medical data breach compensation claim.
An important thing to remember is that victims should never suffer in silence. Here’s what you can do when it comes to making a medical data claim and how we can help you.
You can be entitled to make a claim for data breach compensation if your medical records were exposed, and we may be able to represent you for a case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
With medical data being one of the most personal and sensitive types of information that there is, any misuse or exposure of medical information can have a serious impact on the victim. A large number of the cases that we take forward for individual claims involve healthcare data breaches, and some of the actions we’re also involved with are too.
We understand the impact that this type of breach can have on a victim as a leading law firm that has been at the forefront of data breach claims for years. Here’s how we can help you.
The fact that the NHS is vulnerable to cyberattacks – especially when compared to many other organisations – is not a new thing at all; but the continuing risk is a continual concern.
A recent report by ZDNet is understood to have demonstrated that some half a million computers being used by the NHS are still running older and outdated software, like Windows 7 Operating Systems. What this means is that the systems and software they’re using may not be good enough to prevent a cyberattack, which is a huge cause for concern.
We must appreciate that patients’ lives are at risk as well as the fact that any medical data exposure case is usually significant given the type of information involved. What needs to be done, and what can the victims to?