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If you’ve yet to join the Equifax lawsuit in the UK that we’re pursuing on behalf of a number of victims, there’s still time to claim.
We started our action for justice against Equifax back in 2017 when news of the massive breach hit the headlines. Since then, we’ve been taking cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We’re keeping our clients duly updated. Although we can’t go into too much detail about where we’re at with the action for non-clients, we can tell you about a few developments in the fight for justice here and across the world.
Our Equifax lawsuit in the UK has been proceeding since 2017. We’re at a key stage of the process where we’re building our clients’ cases in preparation for any court action and fights that are yet to come with the Defendant.
The importance of information in data breach cases cannot be understated. How a case wins, loses, and how much the claim is worth can hinge on how the case is presented, and what information we gather and disclose. As expert data leak lawyers who have been asked for help by thousands of victims of incidents, and with our team fighting in over 20 different actions, we know the extent of what needs to be done.
If you’re a non-client then we cannot go into too much detail. What we can say is that you still have time to join the Equifax lawsuit in the UK.
There will be deadlines to make the claim, so if you’ve yet to start, our advice is to get in touch with us ASAP.
Putting the Equifax lawsuit in the UK aside for a moment, we were pleased to hear of what sounds like a promising development for the action for justice in the US.
It’s understood that two class actions that have been filed against Equifax have been consolidated and given the go-ahead. A District Judge is said to have allowed consumers and financial institutions to proceed with their lawsuits.
To join the Equifax lawsuit in the UK, contact our team for help and assistance. Our initial advice is free and on a no-obligation basis. If you want to go ahead and join our established Claimant Group, we can take your instructions over the phone.
We’re still accepting cases for No Win, No fee representation having taken new cases on in the last few months.
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