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You could be eligible to claim compensation for consultant firm data breaches and our leading team of Data Leak Lawyers may be able to represent you for a case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If your information has been misused or exposed as a result of consultant firm data breaches, you could be eligible to pursue compensation in accordance with the GDPR.
The law could entitle you to recover compensation for any distress that has been caused by the loss of control of your personal information. This is because it is recognised that people can suffer worry, stress, anger, upset, and other adverse feelings when they lose control over the right to privacy, which is a fundamental right that we have.
Such firms may hold a significant wealth of very personal and sensitive information for a number of organisations and a number of people, which can also make them targets for hackers. Such organisations must make sure that they have solid cybersecurity in place when storing and processing large amounts of data.
If we believe there is a case that could succeed, we may be able to represent you for a legal claim on a No Win, No Fee basis. You can find out quickly if we are able to help you by contacting us for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
The importance of information security and data protection cannot be understated. Any breach could lead to victims being eligible to recover compensation for distress, and claims could be worth thousands of pounds each.
When it comes to consulting firm data breaches, if they are responsible for any leak or misuse of data, they might have breached the law. If they have breached the law, they could be found to have been negligent, which is when a case can succeed.
In terms of typical data breach compensation amounts in the UK, it can differ greatly from law firm to law firm, and it is true that we may be able to recover substantially higher damages than some other companies. We understand this because we have seen some of the settlements that some other firms have achieved which have been much lower than what we know we could have got, or what we actually have got in the same kinds of cases.
Unfortunately, a reason for this is that many law firms only started looking into data protection claims in the last few years. Some appear to be woefully inexperienced and seem to be settling claims quickly and cheaply with little regard about making sure that pay-outs are maximised.
In terms of average data breach compensation amounts in the UK, we can say that our average settlement is just over £6,000 in damages alone per claimant. This covers the broad range of cases from minor to severe. When it comes to sensitive data cases, it is not uncommon for us to recover over £10,000 when it comes to sensitive medical data breach compensation claims. Of course, cases can be worth much more than that, and it is all about the significance of the distress that has been caused.
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