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Any victim of a privacy incident could be eligible to recover compensation for any serious impact of data breaches that they have been affected by. We may be able to represent an individual for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Read on for some advice, and contact our team here now for free, no-obligation legal advice about starting a claim today.
The serious impact of data breaches can never be understated. The significance of the distress that can be caused to those whose information has been misused or exposed can warrant pursuing a claim for compensation. The GDPR can allow victims of privacy breaches to do just that.
It all comes down to how the breach makes a privacy victim feel. The law recognises that we want to maintain strict control over personal information, and this can particularly be the case when such data is very sensitive and personal. We do not want everyone to know everything about us. Knowing that people know more than you are comfortable with them knowing can leave us feeling anxious, stressed, and worried.
It is the distress and anxiety and upset and worry that you could pursue a claim for using the GDPR to pursue damages for an “injury to feelings”, so to speak. Generally speaking, the more you suffer, the more a claim could be worth, based on how severe the impact has been on you. And for that, we need to assess factors such as the nature of the information that has been affected, how extensive the exposure or misuse is, and the context; as well as your own personal circumstances. We can then use this information to assess the serious impact of data breaches that you have been affected by and then resolve your claim on the best terms possible.
As we have alluded to above, you could be eligible to pursue compensation in accordance with the GDPR for any serious impact data breaches have had on you. The law is on your side, and we can use that law to recover compensation if we can prove that there has been a breach of the GDPR that has arisen from some form of negligence.
Ultimately, if there was more that could – and should – have been done by an organisation responsible for safeguarding and protecting your information, that is when you could be eligible to pursue a legal case.
It is well worth claiming compensation because we can help eligible victims recover damages on a No Win, No Fee basis. It is well worth starting a claim because our average settlement is just over £6,000 in damages alone, which is a substantial amount of money.
The best thing to do is to contact our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
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We are a leading firm of privacy compensation experts who have been representing thousands of people for data claims for several years, which is a lot longer than many other firms out there. This means that you can trust in the wealth of experience that we have, and you can talk to our team for free, no-obligation legal help about starting the case here today.
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