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We are Your Lawyers – The Data Leak Lawyers – and we are privacy compensation experts operating in England and Wales on a No Win, No Fee basis for our valued clients.
We are a leading firm in this niche and complex area of law having been pursuing privacy claims for a lot longer than a lot of other firms out there. We represent thousands of people and have launched over 60 group and multi-party actions to date, and have recovered over £1m in damages for mostly individual clients so far.
We are privacy compensation experts representing thousands of people for data breach claims in England and Wales. We are a leading firm of pioneers in this niche and complex area of law, having been representing people for such claims for a lot longer than most of the other firms out there. As well as the individual claimants that we represent, we have launched over 60 group and multi-party actions dating as far back as 2014. These range from the TalkTalk hack and 56 Dean Street Clinic leak of 2015, to the infamous Equifax cyberattack of 2017, the British Airways hack of 2018, and the Virgin Media data leak of 2020.
Because of how long we have been working in this area of law, we are able to streamline our clients’ cases and they can benefit from our wealth of experience and knowledge in fighting for the rights of people in situations just like theirs. Unlike other firms, we do not try to under-settle claims quickly and cheaply as a lot of other firms have been doing. What we are focused on is making sure that we can recover the maximum compensation that the law can entitle a claimant to receive, to make sure that they get the full justice that they are entitled to. This means fighting harder for more compensation for you.
Our wealth of experience also means that we can fight better for our clients and pursue their claims as fast as possible using our streamlined way of claiming.
We will be no use as privacy compensation experts if we were not able to uphold our commitments to access to justice. The way that we do this is that we provide No Win, No Fee legal representation to eligible clients, which means that we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed, subject to compliance with the terms and conditions in place.
We can risk assess the claim and, if we believe there is a good enough chance of succeeding with it, that is when we can offer No Win, No Fee representation. This does not mean that we only take forward “easy” claims, and it is fair to say that few privacy claims can be classed as straightforward anyway given that this is still an emerging area of law. But, if we believe that our client has been the victim of some form of negligence, that is when we can offer No Win, No Fee commitments to protect their right to pursue damages.
We also appreciate that many people would not be able to afford to pursue a case if they had to pay for a losing claim. Many people would probably not bother pursuing a claim either because they would not want to have the risk of potentially paying thousands of pounds in legal fees and receiving nothing in return. As such, we appreciate this is really the only feasible way of working, which is another reason why we offer the protection that we do for our clients.
If you want to talk to us about expert representation from us as privacy compensation experts, our team wants to hear from you.
Please do not hesitate to contact our team here now free, no-obligation legal advice to see if we can help you now.
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