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We have been contacted by victims of the LOQBOX data breach since Saturday, and we immediately offered No Win, No Fee agreements for the several victims that got in touch.
LOQBOX has been hacked and customers are being informed about the potential exposure of personal information. As accessible lawyers, we were open over the weekend from 9am to 5pm to help victims who were receiving breach notification emails, and we have taken compensation claims forward.
If you’ve been informed that you were a victim of the LOQBOX hack, we could represent you for a claim for compensation. As a leading firm of specialist data breach lawyers that are proudly representing people in over 30 different group and multi-party actions, with thousands of people coming to us for our expertise, we can help you.
We have launched our LOQBOX data breach compensation action having accepted new claims over the weekend with our No Win, No Fee representation.
It’s understood that the cyberattack took place on 20th February 2020, but LOQBOX has only just been able to identify potential victims.
Information that may have been exposed in the cyber hack includes:
We started accepting No Win, No Fee compensation claims for victims of the LOQBOX data breach on Saturday 29th February 2020 when we were contacted by victims for help.
Since the weekend, we have taken several new cases forward and we have launched our action for justice. This kind of case will be a group action or multi-party action, which is an area of law we particularly specialise in as lawyers fighting for justice in over 30 different data actions. Our firm was appointed by order of the High Court of Justice to the Steering Committee leading the BA Group Action; the first GDPR Group Litigation Order (GLO) in England and Wales.
We’re not just registering people’s information or gathering details to provisionally take cases forward; we are actively accepting legal cases for victims.
Our focus during the initial period of the investigation will be to answer key questions that include:
If you have received confirmation that you have been affected by the LOQBOX data breach, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation with us now.
We offer No Win, No Fee representation and, as always, our initial advice is available on a free and no-obligation basis.
All you need to do is complete the form below to begin the process for advice or starting a case. When an organisation like LOQBOX is hacked, victims can be eligible to claim compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of personal information, as well as for any losses and expenses incurred. However, a recent court ruling can entitle victims to compensation even where no distress or loss has been suffered, so victims can get in touch for help either way.
About the Data Leak Lawyers
The Data Leak Lawyers is a specialist, niche consumer action and data breach compensation law firm that is fighting for justice in over 30 different group and multi-party actions, with the first data action launched in 2015 when this area of law was in its infancy.
The firm has been appointed to Steering Committees for pioneering GLO actions, including the recent British Airways compensation action, and has been representing victims for data breach cases for a lot longer than most other law firms.
Thousands of people have trusted the expert team for help and advice, and the team is happy to offer free, no-obligation advice. The office is open most weekdays from 9am to 10pm and most weekends from 9am to 5pm.
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