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We have made the process so easy to start a data breach compensation claim, owing to our years of experience as leading privacy claims specialists.
Read on for some advice, but all you need to do is contact our team here now for free, no-obligation legal help to get started today.
We have made the process easy to start a data breach compensation claim with us. We have been fighting for justice in this niche and complex area of law for almost a decade, which is a great deal longer than many of the other law firms out there. Many law firms only recently started looking into privacy compensation cases, but we have been at the forefront of this emerging area of law for a long time.
Because of this, we have worked hard to perfect how we pursue cases, and we have made a really easy process in respect of instructing us. Here is how it works:
This way of working means that it is so easy to start a data breach compensation claim with us, and depending on how the call goes, this could only take about half an hour to an hour or so to do. And then your claim is up and running and started right away – how good is that?
Ready to get started? All you need to do is contact our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
One of the general reasons that it is so easy to start a data breach claim with us is that we can offer to represent eligible clients for cases on a No Win, No Fee basis. This amazing way of working means that we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed, and all you need to do is comply with the reasonable terms and conditions in place.
We work this way because we are true believers in access to justice. We do not think it would be fair if people had to pay for a losing case, and we know that most people would not bother pursuing a claim in the event that they had to pay if the claim did not succeed.
What happens if an employee breaches the GDPR and causes your information to be misused or exposed? Well, you could be eligible to claim compensation. Your claim will normally be directed to the organisation that employs the person who caused the breach, as the organisation can be held vicariously liable for the negligence of one of its employees.
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