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We continue to represent a large number of victims of the Watford Community Housing data breach who are claiming compensation with our expert team on a No Win, No Fee basis.
As a leading firm of data breach compensation lawyers, we were quickly contacted by concerned victims when news of the breach was first revealed. Following our successful outreach campaign, we are now acting for a group of victims pursuing claims for compensation.
If you have yet to start your compensation claim for the information leak, here is the latest about the action we have launched and what people are claiming for. We always recommend that victims of a data breach start a legal case as soon as possible, so make sure to speak to our team for free, no-obligation advice as soon as you can as well.
We are often asked about how much the average compensation pay-out is for a breach of the data protection act. Although each case is different, we can give you some insight into how we value cases here to help you.
As a leading firm of data breach and consumer action lawyers representing thousands of clients for information privacy cases, we have settled a lot of claims over several years. We can use a combination of our experience and knowledge as well as settled court cases to be able to work out what people could be entitled to claim for.
We can also look at the kinds of factors that we consider when we value a case as well.
When it comes to claiming compensation for the leak of sensitive data, you need the right kind of help and expertise to be able to achieve some form of justice for what you have been through.
Given our extensive experience in representing clients for these types of cases, we really do fully understand – better than most – just how bad this can affect you. As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we have been at the forefront of this emerging area of law for the last five years, which is a great deal longer than many others. We have represented clients and succeeded with claims for some of the most infamous and sensitive data leaks the UK has ever seen.
It’s important to know that you have a voice and the right to claim compensation. We do offer No Win, No Fee representation for these kinds of cases. Let’s see if we can help you today.
As the rise of technology continues to be a part of our everyday lives, it’s important to address the rights that people have to claim for a government data leak when information is misused or exposed.
No one is above the law, and the government and its employees must uphold important data protection legislation in the UK. Where they fail to do so, they can be held to account like anyone else can, and we may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation for a legal case or action.
Here’s some brief information about how we can help. To speak to the team for free, no-obligation advice, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Any data breach that involves confidential patient information is incredibly serious. Victims can be entitled to make a claim for compensation, and we may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation.
We can provide you with some insight into how you approach making a claim and how we may be able to help you. As a leading firm of data breach and consumer action specialists, we’ll also talk about our experience which is important to know about.
To speak to the team now for free, no-obligation advice, you can go to the contact page here.
We already believed that the risk of further public sector and government data breach incidents was significant, but a recent review has drawn similar conclusions.
Many of the thousands of clients that we represent have had information exposed or misused by a public sector body. In the wake of the recent New Year’s Honours data breach that we’re pursuing damages for, a review has concluded that the risk of further breaches is “significant”.
This doesn’t come as a surprise to us, and we can explain why. Many are labelled as just “human error” incidents, but there can be so much more to it than that.
Victims of council email data leaks can be entitled to make a claim for compensation, and we’re able to offer No Win, No Fee representation for this kind of incident.
We often say that council data breach claims are common, which they are. Generally speaking, public sector incidents are some of the most common types of individual cases that we take forward. Of the thousands of people that we represent for legal cases, plenty of them involve local authorities or the agencies working on their behalf.
As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation specialists that have been representing people for cases like this for years, we may be able to help you.
Victims can be eligible to make a claim for compensation arising from email data leaks. You could be entitled to benefit from our No Win, No Fee representation.
These kinds of leaks can happen in all sectors: from healthcare, to the local council, to your own employer. Private companies can be guilty of email leaks too, whether it’s data leaked about customers to other customers, or to other businesses.
We’re representing a huge number of victims where cases arise from information being leaked by email. This includes the recent Watford Community Housing (WCH) data breach, and some of the most infamous examples like the 56 Dean Street Clinic leak.
A large number of victims of the recent Watford Community Housing data leak have come forward and asked for our help as part of our growing compensation action.
We’ve taken several cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis. We consider that this incident is a clear breach of the GDPR, and victims can be entitled to make a claim for data breach compensation.
If you’ve yet to start a case, here’s some information about the data breach and how we can help you now.
The Watford Community Housing data breach is a particularly sensitive incident, and victims can be entitled to make a claim for compensation with us on a No Win, No fee basis.
According to the WCH website, an email was sent on the 23rd March 2020 that contained the personal details for several of its customers. They say that this was a “human error” incident and that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has been informed about the incident, as well as reporting the matter to their regulator.
Here’s how we can help you and what you need to do as a victim of the breach to get the right legal advice and help that you need. As a leading firm of data breach law specialists, we’re here for you.