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Making sure that victims know about the deadline to claim is an important part of the work that we do. We have been – and still are – involved in dozens of group actions, some of which (like the BA Group Action) have formed into a GLO. When a GLO (Group Litigation Order) is established, the court will normally enforce a deadline for people to join, and that’s what we have in the British Airways action.
People need to know that there’s a strict time limit in force to launch your claim, and there’s work that needs to be done to make sure that you hit the deadline.
There’s now just one year left to sign-up for a legal case before the BA data breach compensation deadline passes.
You may think that you still have plenty of time to join the BA Group Action with a whole 12 months before the court cut-off date expires. However, it’s important to understand that there’s far more to it than just registering your name and address, and a great deal of work needs to be done.
As we have done so many times in the past when group actions deadlines are in place, we issue advice as to why you should claim now and avoid delay!
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