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Charing Cross Gender Clinic data leak – still time to claim

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We are now two years on from the revelation about the serious Charing Cross Gender Clinic data leak, and we continue to represent victims for compensation claims.

Although our action is now at an advanced stage, given how long ago the email data breaches took place, do not worry if you have yet to start a claim – there is still time. However, we just strongly urge anyone affected to start their claim as a matter of urgency to avoid missing out on the three-year rule for claiming personal injury damages in a data breach compensation case. For anyone who has suffered significantly, which we understand given the nature of the breaches, higher-level awards can be caught by the personal injury time limits. Generally speaking, you must have either settled a legal case or issued legal proceedings before the deadline expires, so there really isn’t much time left at all.

Make sure you sign-up to join the legal action and avoid missing out on the chance to claim damages as a victim of this serious and sensitive leak of personal information

About our Charing Cross Gender Clinic data leak

Our Charing Cross Gender Clinic data leak compensation action was launched soon after news of the email data leaks hit the headlines. As a result of two emails being sent to circa 2,000 individuals, personal and sensitive medical information has been exposed.

As far as a data breach compensation claim goes, legal cases in this action are good in terms of prospects for success. The breach has happened, it was avoidable, and there is no room to escape the GDPR at all in our view. This is why we are able to represent victims of the Charing Cross incident for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis now.

Claims could be valued in the thousands or even tens of thousands of pounds, depending on the nature of the information exposed on the impact for the victim.

Specialist team on hand now as pioneers of serious data breach claims

Given the severity of this incident, we have a specialist team that is dedicated to helping victims to claim in the Charing Cross Gender Clinic data leak action. The team is overseen by the pioneers involved in the 56 Dean Street Clinic leak of 2015, which was a similar kind of incident and has had a severe impact on the victims affected.

Your Lawyers – The Data Leak Lawyers – are leading, specialist pioneers in the field of data breach compensation law. Representing thousands of victims for cases, having recovered over £1m for data breach victims to date, and with over 50 data group and multi-party actions launched so far, our experience speaks for itself.

With us, you are in the safest of hands as an original data breach claims firm.

Sign-up to join the claim before it’s too late

You still have time to start your Charing Cross Gender Clinic data leak claim, but please do so as soon as you possibly can. One of the first key deadlines is fast approaching, and we need to be able to properly establish a claim before it is too late to do so.

Leaving it too late could lead to a much smaller pay-out than you deserve or even receiving no compensation at all. With our No Win, No Fee promise in place, what have you got to lose?

Speak to the team here now for free, no-obligation advice. We are here to help.

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First published by Author on September 20, 2021
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