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If you have received a data breach notification, you could be eligible to claim compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis with our expert team of lawyers.
As a leading firm of privacy claims specialists, we know what to do in the aftermath of a breach, and we may be able to help you now. You have rights and the law is on your side – find out today how we can help you.
It is important to know what to do once you have received a data breach notification. You could be eligible to pursue a claim for privacy compensation now on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Firstly, whilst it is easier said than done, try not to panic. Read and understand the information that you have been provided with and make sure to follow any advice in respect of limiting any risks that you may now face. Common ways in which to reduce the risks can include things such as changing login credentials, updating passwords or even notifying your bank if a credit or debit card has been exposed in a breach.
You may be offered compensation although this is unlikely, as most organisations will not offer a settlement right away. However, if you are, you should always seek independent legal advice as soon as possible to understand your rights and understand what you could be entitled to claim. It is common for organisations to try to settle claims for low amounts, and even some inexperienced law firms out there can be guilty of this. Know your rights and speak to the experts.
Not all data breaches require reporting to regulators, nor do they require people to be notified about what has happened. If the breach is minor and no personal information is affected or exposed, you may never know that your personal data has, or could have, been affected by a breach. However, if there is any kinds of risk to you, the offending organisation should notify you about a data breach as soon as possible.
At Your Lawyers, we are leading Date Leak Lawyers. We help people to recover compensation as victims of data breaches, leaks and hacks.
The GDPR can make you eligible to recover compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information. You do not have to have suffered any financial losses in order to claim, as you can simply claim for any distress that has been caused, which can be significant.
We are a leading firm that has been working in this niche and complex area of law for almost 10 years, which is a great deal longer than most other law firms out there. This is why we represent thousands of people for claims and have already recovered over £1m in damages for data breach victims to date. For us, this means we feel that our experience is unmatched, and you were always in safe hands with our expert legal team.
You could be eligible to claim compensation for a breach of confidentiality. For eligible clients, we are able to offer No Win, No Fee legal representation.
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