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If you were affected by the 2018 cyber-attack incidents, you can be entitled to make a No Win, No Fee British Airways compensation claim.
The British Airways Group Action is one of the dozens of multi-party legal cases we’re fighting for justice in. As expert data protection compensation lawyers who have been helping victims claim for many years, we’re proud to be able to offer our specialised services on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Here’s a little guidance about how the No Win, No Fee works when it comes to a BA compensation claim that arises from the cyber breach incidents of 2018.
Your No Win, No Fee British Airways compensation claim means that we enter into a special arrangement with you which is different to common private paying agreements.
You don’t need to pay anything to us before the case starts, and we can then look to recover what fees we can from the other side if the claim wins. You are entitled to recover some fees from the opponent in a winning case.
But what about if things don’t go as planned? Well, if the claim loses, the No Win, No Fee element can kick in. It means that, if the case doesn’t succeed, we can write off our legal fees in accordance with the terms and conditions of the agreement we have with you.
There are a number of reasons as to why we’re offering No Win, No Fee British Airways claim representation.
The two most important reasons are:
We know that, if you did have to pay legal fees when a case loses, most people wouldn’t want to risk starting a case in the first place. And if that were the case, what would be the point in even pursuing a large group action that very few people would want to claim in?
Getting started with your No Win, No Fee British Airways compensation claim is simple and easy.
You could be entitled to receive thousands of pounds as part of the action, but you need to make sure that you’re signed-up to claim as soon as possible.
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