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A victim of a police computer data breach can be entitled to make a claim for compensation for any distress or loss that’s suffered.
Ultimately, we treat a police data breach in the same was as any other. The police and their employees are not above the law, and they too must abide by the data protection laws and principles we have here in the UK. As such, any breach can lead to a victim being able to make a claim, and we can offer No Win, No Fee representation.
As experts in data breach compensation claiming, having been helping people (thousands of them!) specifically in this niche area of law for several years, we can help you.
You could be entitled to make a claim for compensation that arises from a police computer data breach where information that’s held by the police is misused or exposed.
This can include when it’s shared without your authority or without good reason.
Examples may include:
Although we assess each potential claim on a case-by-case basis, these examples could lead to a successful claim for data breach compensation being made.
Our first job is to assess whether we think there’s a legitimate police computer data breach claim to make. If we think that we can succeed with a case, we can represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We must remember that certain information may need to be shared in the interests of safety and policing work. Most of our police are hard-working people who want to help and protect us, and we must always support that. However, when data is not used or shared with a proper reason and with proper authority to do so, that’s when you could be entitled to make a claim.
Data breach compensation amounts for where the exposure or misuse of information occurs through things like inappropriate access to the police national computer database can be high. Those networks contain a great deal of personal and sensitive data that could cause as serious amount of distress for the victims.
For free, no-obligation advice about your options for justice, please don’t hesitate to contact our team for help and advice.
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