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Victims of pensions industry data breaches could be entitled to claim compensation, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
There have been many incidents of this nature in recent years, and some studies have indicated that they are becoming more frequent. It is clear that the sector is a target for cyberattacks given the nature of the information they store and process, and the impact on anyone affected by such breaches could be substantial.
Some studies have indicated that pensions industry data breaches are becoming more frequent. It makes sense because they are a target for cyberattacks, and organisations in this sector store and process a significant wealth of very personal and sensitive information.
It only takes one weakness in the cybersecurity armour and hackers could gain access to significant swathes of very personal and sensitive information. When it comes to financial data being exposed, this could open the floodgates to fraud and theft. However, even the exposure of information alone could cause significant distress to those affected.
Anyone who has been affected by pensions industry data breaches could be eligible to claim compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of their personal information. If financial losses and expenses are also involved, these can be considered.
You could be eligible to claim GDPR compensation for pensions industry data breaches, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The GDPR is not just there to govern best practices, policies and procedures for protecting information. The data protection legislation that we have in the UK can also allow anyone who has lost control of their personal information to pursue damages for any distress that has been caused.
Generally speaking, the more distress that has been suffered, the more a claim could be worth. We can measure this based on factors such as the nature of the information affected, as well as how much data is involved, and the context of the breach.
An important thing to know is that our average compensation settlement for mainly distress cases in individual claims is just over £6,000. As such, we consider it is well worth pursuing a claim as you could be entitled to pursue high levels of damages. In fact, if your data breach involves sensitive medical information, it is not uncommon for us to recover over £10,000 in damages for a claim.
We are expert Data Breach Solicitors with a significant client base in the London area, and we can represent claimants in privacy cases throughout England and Wales.
No matter where you are in England or Wales, we can fight hard for your right to compensation. We have modern systems and services to be able to pursue our clients’ cases effectively, no matter where they are.
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