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You may be entitled to make a claim for compensation if you are the victim of a human error data breach incident.
In fact, some of the biggest group action and individual cases we’re fighting for justice in were caused by simple human errors. Many of the human errors committed are preventable, and it’s this key factor that means you can be entitled to make a claim.
Don’t assume that you can’t claim because a person is responsible (or partially responsible) for a data breach. The organisations who employee people can be vicariously liable for the actions of their employee. This means that the blame can be squarely with the employer!
Common human error data breach incidents that can mean you, as a victim, are entitled to claim compensation can include:
In each of the examples above, something could be done to prevent the breach. For example:
Even a little more care can go a long way when it comes to preventing a human error data breach. Software can be used for sending emails to prevent accidental disclosures as well.
The tech is there, and organisations must make use of it.
You may be entitled to claim compensation as a victim of a human error data breach. If we can show that more could have been done to have prevented the breach, you should have a claim.
If we’re confident that we can help you with a case, we may be able to offer you No Win, No Fee representation. Data breach compensation amounts can be high when it comes to breaches involving personal and sensitive data. With a lot of human error incidents taking place in the NHS and the healthcare sector in general, the damage for the victim can be devastating.
For help and advice, please contact the team for free, no-obligation information about your options for claiming.
There are some well-known examples of human error data breach incidents that we’re helping people claim for. One of these includes the 56 Dean Street Clinic leak that we’re fighting for justice in.
In this case, an email was sent to patients using a HIV service, but the email was sent to all the recipients without masking their names and email addresses. This led to hundreds of patients’ information being leaked, and we continue to fight for justice for victims affected by this incident today.
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