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If you have yet to start your easyJet cyberattack claim for compensation with our expert team here on a No Win, No Fee basis, here is what you need to do.
Firstly, we are a leading firm of UK data breach and consumer action lawyers. We have launched over 45 group and multi-party data actions, and we represent thousands of clients for cases. We have been specialising in this complex and niche area of law for over six years which is a great deal longer than most of the other data firms now out there.
What this means for you is proven expertise with a firm that has received appointments to Steering Committees in some of the biggest and ground-breaking actions the UK has ever seen. This includes the BA Data Breach Group Action – the first GDPR Group Litigation Order (GLO) in England and Wales.
You could be eligible to make an easyJet cyberattack claim for compensation if you are one of the 9 million people whose personal information has been exposed in the breach that was revealed earlier this year.
Whether your personal details alone have been exposed, or where payment card data has also been affected, you could be eligible to pursue a legal case. A claim will normally be for compensation for the distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information, and for any losses and expenses that you may have incurred as well.
Importantly, you do not have to have suffered any actual loss or paid out any expenses to be entitled to claim. The GDPR can mean that you are entitled to receive compensation for the distress alone, which could lead to a claim worth thousands of pounds. We can consider factors such as what information of yours has been exposed and how this has affected you when we value the case. It is important that data breach compensation amounts account for how you have been personally affected, as this can differ greatly from person to person.
Simply put, if you are eligible to launch an easyJet cyberattack claim with us, you should be eligible to benefit from our No Win, No Fee legal representation.
We work on a genuine No Win, No Fee basis. This means that we can write of our legal fees if the case does not succeed, subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement (which we have to say, of course!)
We work this way because we firmly believe in access to justice. We do not think that it would be fair if you had to pay for a losing case, and we appreciate that most people would not be able to afford to make a claim on this basis either. We have worked this way for years, and we honour our promises and commitments to our clients.
You can start your easyJet cyberattack claim for compensation quickly and easily today. All you need to do is contact the team here for free and no-obligation advice and you can get started with a legal case right away.
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