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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.
Breaking news today: 9 million customers are thought to be affected by the significant easyJet data breach, with over 2,000 people’s credit card details stolen.
Personal information and travel data are understood to have been exposed in a “highly sophisticated” cyberattack, and victims may be at an immediate risk of fraud and scams. As experts in the niche and complex area of law of data protection negligence, we know the true extent of how dangerous information can be in the hands of criminals.
The airline could face a significant number of compensation claims, and we’re investigating the issues now. We have been contacted for media comment and have issued advice to the press in relation to fines and legal actions.
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