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Our data breach solicitors: working on a No Win, No Fee basis

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Our specialist data breach solicitors are working on a No Win, No Fee basis for thousands of clients whose information has been misused or exposed here in the UK.

In this article, we will outline what this means and how you can speak to our team for a free assessment today. We will also outline why we work in this way, which we believe is really important for our clients.

As a leading firm of data breach solicitors, we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Working on a No Win, No Fee basis for you

Our data breach solicitors are working on a No Win, No Fee basis for our clients. We represent thousands of people in this way for both individual claims and for the over 45 group and multi-party actions that we have launched.

We are proud to be working this way, and we are also happy to offer free, no-obligation assessments to see if you are eligible for our No Win, No Fee representation as well.

What the No Win, No Fee means

What does working on a No Win, No Fee basis really mean?

In short, it means that we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed, subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement. We have to say that last part there as it does depend on how the case concludes. If it genuinely loses because the other side has a defence in law, that is a scenario where we can write off our legal fees. If it lost because you brought a fraudulent case of you failed to provide us with timely instructions, we cannot cover you in this kind of scenarios, of course.

As a firm, we carefully risk assess cases, so we know the risk of not being paid if the claim loses. It is a risk that we are prepared to take if we consider that there is a good enough chance at succeeding with the claim in the first place.

Why we work this way

The reason as to why we are working on a No Win, No Fee basis for our clients is because we are true believers in access to justice. We do not think that it would be fair if victims of a data breach had to pay to claim if the legal case did not succeed. We do not think many people would be able to afford to instruct us in such a way either, so it really makes sense to work that way.

We doubt that many people would bother making a claim if there was a need to pay if a case did not succeed ether.

For free, no-obligation advice about your potential case, please do not hesitate to contact the team today here.

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First published by Matthew on October 28, 2020
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