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Data breaches affecting restaurant online delivery systems could result in personal information being misused and exposed. We may be able to help you claim privacy compensation.
Hackers are actively targeting restaurant online delivery systems because they may be able to steal particularly personal and sensitive information, including payment card data, to commit fraud and theft. As the market for online food delivery has continued to grow in recent years, this has presented opportunities for cyberhackers to exploit. Such systems are active targets, and the hackers understood to have been behind infamous attacks such as the British Airways and Ticketmaster cyberattacks of 2018 are known to have targeted such systems. We represent thousands of clients in those latter compensation actions.
All organisations must do everything possible to ensure compliance with the GDPR and deploy adequate cybersecurity to protect systems from attack. If not enough has been done and hackers are able to gain access to sensitive information, that is when victims could be eligible to pursue compensation. Eligibility to pursue compensation can arise from a breach of GDPR that stems from negligence.
If your personal information has been misused or exposed as a result of a data breach arising from restaurant online delivery system issues, you could be eligible to claim GDPR compensation now.
We can assess your case and decide whether we believe your claim can succeed. If we are satisfied that we could win your claim, we could represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis. That means we can write off our legal fees if the claim does not succeed, subject to the agreed terms and conditions in place.
We are always happy to provide free, no-obligation legal advice in respect of pursuing a privacy compensation claim. You can talk to our team to discuss your circumstances to find out if we can help you here now.
Remember, our team represents thousands of people in both individual and group action claims, which goes far beyond data breaches involving restaurant online delivery systems. Ultimately, if your information has been misused or exposed and you have suffered distress as a result of any loss of control of your personal data, that is when you could be eligible to claim. The distress is what you could be eligible to recover compensation for.
When it comes to a typical data breach payout, there is plenty that we need to do to be able to assess the case so your individual circumstances can be accounted for. Generally speaking, the more distress you suffer, the more your claim could be worth. Any additional losses and expenses, if applicable, could increase settlements. We can measure distress based on information such as the nature of the data that has been affected, how much is involved, and the personal impact on you. The latter element can vary from person to person and is really down to individual circumstances.
What we can tell you for rough guidance is that our average typical data breach payout is just over £6,000, which is mostly for individual cases where claimants pursued distress compensation. This might sound like a lot, and it could be in comparison to other law firms, but that is due to our tenacity to fight hard for our clients’ right to justice.
In fact, when it comes to particularly personal and sensitive information such as medical data, it is not uncommon for us to recover over £10,000 pounds in damages.
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