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Any failure in respect of data protection compliance could result in the misuse or exposure of personal and private information, which could result in victims claiming compensation.
Your Lawyers – as Leading Data Leak Lawyers operating in England and Wales – is used to representing thousands of people engaged in compensation claims for privacy failures. You can contact our team for free, no-obligation legal help about your situation to find out if we can help you here now.
Data protection compliance is absolutely essential to make sure that information being stored and processed by an organisation is protected and safe. Any lack of respect or disregard for upholding the GDPR could result in the misuse or exposure of private and personal information. If this happens, the impact on the victims could be substantial.
Any failure in respect of data protection compliance could constitute a breach of the GDPR. If there has been a breach of the GDPR, and someone has suffered as a result, that is when they could be eligible to pursue compensation.
In today’s increasingly digitised age, no one can afford to fail to pay the GDPR the respect that it deserves. The impact of a breach – not only on the victims but also on the organisation in respect of costs and reputation – can be monumental. One small error could cost a business millions of pounds, so it is absolutely essential that organisations do all they can to prevent breaches from occurring.
If you have suffered as a result of a data protection compliance failure, the GDPR could allow you to claim compensation, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Contrary to what many people think, the GDPR is not just there for compliance in respect of policies, procedures and practices. In fact, the GDPR is also there for victims to use in the event that information has been misused or exposed, and it can pave the way to claim privacy compensation.
The law can allow any victim of a data breach to claim compensation for any distress that they have suffered from that has been caused by the loss of control of personal information. If you have also suffered any losses or expenses that are a direct result of a breach, these could be considered, but they are not essential. Most people claim compensation just for the distress alone and this could result in a pay-out of thousands of pounds.
As things stand, our current average compensation pay out for a privacy breach in damages alone is just over £6,000. As such, it is well worth your time pursuing a claim when you could be entitled to a figure of that amount.
When you need data protection breach compensation advice, our leading team of expert lawyers and legal assistants is here to help you now.
We can provide free, no-obligation legal advice. The best place to start is to contact our team to discuss what has happened and we can usually tell you quickly if your case is one that we can take forward for you.
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