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When it comes to compensation claims for sensitive hospital data breach incidents, it’s important to talk to the right people, and get the best legal representation you can.
And there are more than a few good reasons as to why you can trust us as a pioneering data breach law firm to help you.
Data breach compensation pay-outs for hospital data incidents can be typically high because of the level of distress that victims can suffer. There may also be a battle in terms of trying to convince the organisation at fault to compensate you. Read on for some guidance and reassurance.
It’s incredibly important to make sure that you seek the best legal advice and representation when it comes to making a compensation claim for a sensitive hospital data breach.
With one recent statistic suggesting that more than 70% of hospital data breaches involve sensitive information, the chances of a higher-level distress claim can be huge. And with medical data breach compensation claims among the most common type of cases that we take forward, we know from years of experience just how bad things can be for the victims.
What you should always consider when looking for the right legal advice is:
We will, of course, proudly inform you that we believe we are the best option for your sensitive hospital data breach compensation claim.
But why us?
Let us tell you.
Way back in 2015, one of the most sensitive medical data breaches to have ever happened occurred. It was avoidable, and led to hundreds of innocent patients having their highly sensitive medical status leaked. We quickly launched action on behalf of a large group of victims and have been fighting for justice for them ever since.
That incident was the infamous 56 Dean Street Clinic leak.
In the last few years, several law firms have started to investigate data compensation claims. We’re quite concerned with the approach some firms have taken when we don’t believe that they’re properly equipped to help victims of sensitive data cases. We’ve been told about low-value settlements, we’ve heard of pushy practices, and we’ve seen claims from law firms that they’re the only niche, experts in the sector; which isn’t true at all.
We’ll cut through the noise and give you some key information. It’s then totally up to you as to what you do next, but always be wary about who you’re dealing with.
As more and more data incidents happen, the sharks are circling!
Through the years we’ve been at the forefront of fighting for the rights of victims who have suffered serious distress from a sensitive hospital data breach, we know how bad things can get.
We know that a lot of victims have lost trust in their doctors and clinics as a result of breaches. We know that the loss of control of such personal and sensitive information can leave victims suffering severe distress. And until there are wholesale changes in the healthcare sector, we will likely continue to see more and more of these kinds of breaches taking place.
For free, no-obligation advice from the team, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us during our extended opening hours.
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