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Patient records exposed in ransomware attacks can be devastating for the victims which is why the work that we do is so incredibly important for our clients.
Medical data breach compensation claims are one of the most common types of cases that we represent people for. The impact can be substantial and the pay-outs can be high, and we have plenty of years of experience in this complex and niche area of law as a leading firm of data breach lawyers.
With the sector a clear target for criminals, it’s important that the victims can access the justice that they can be entitled to.
Stolen healthcare data breach compensation claims can be severe for the victims, and they can be worryingly common because of the nature of the information involved.
A huge proportion of the thousands of individual victims we represent are for medical data breach compensation cases. The risks of these kinds of events happening are real, but victims to have rights. As a leading firm of data breach compensation lawyers, we may be able to represent you for a No Win, No Fee legal case if your information has been misused or exposed.
Read on for more information.
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.
Coronavirus contact tracing data breaches and general security issues are at the forefront of our minds right now. As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we are concerned.
There are still a lot of questions over the use of the system that has already faced a great deal of controversy so far. As the UK tries to reduce the risk of coronavirus, how does contact tracing work and is my data safe? Is there any reason to be particularly concerned about how information will be used and stored with the system? Given how personal and sensitive medical data is, how real are the risks?
Unfortunately, recent media reports suggest that information misuse is already an issue. Given how common medical data breach compensation claims are, we are not surprised.
Healthcare data breaches caused by human error can be common. As a victim of an event like this, where do you stand? Can you claim compensation, and who do you claim from?
As a leading firm of data breach and consumer action lawyers, let us give you an insight in this article.
Medical data breach claims are one of the most common types that we take forward for people, and this applies to many of the thousands of people that we represent. We can offer No Win, No Fee representation for suitable cases, and there is a path to justice even where a data breach is caused by the fault of a person.
Victims of data breaches in the healthcare sector can be entitled to claim compensation, and we may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation for a case.
As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we represent thousands of clients for cases, many of whom have been the victim of a medical data breach, leak or hack. Compensation pay-outs for these cases can be substantial given the nature of the data involved, so here’s a little advice about how we help our clients.
Healthcare data breach compensation claims can be common, which is why our work in this complex and niche area of law is so important.
Any data breach involving medical test results can be significant. Victims can be entitled to justice with us on a No Win, No Fee basis, and we may be able to help you.
What we need to do is assess the case to see if we think that you have a good enough chance of succeeding with the claim. In this article, we will briefly look at when you may be able to claim, what you can claim for, and how you can speak to the team for free advice today.
As a leading firm of data breach and consumer action lawyers, we are here to help you.
Victims of NHS ransomware attacks can be entitled to claim data breach compensation with our expert team on a No Win, No Fee basis today.
Attacks against public sectors can be common because cybercriminals do target what they deem to be weaker systems, and this includes the NHS. In 2017, the WannaCry ransomware attack specifically targeted older and more outdated systems that may not be up to date, and the NHS was hit hard. There’s a trove of incredibly personal and sensitive data that the NHS is responsible for, which is another reason as to why it’s a target.
It’s the government’s responsibility to ensure that the NHS is fully protected against cyberattacks by properly funding our national healthcare service. For victims of a successful cyberattack, their rights are enshrined in law, and it’s important that we address this.
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 are concerned to hear about the Babylon Health data breach following the story hitting the headlines and our firm being approached for media comment.
The app has been used for GP video appointments and reportedly has more than 2.3 million registered users in the UK. We understand that it may be popular right now as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and now – more than ever – we need to make use of technology to keep us all safe. That being said, information must be safe and secure, and must not be exposed. If it is, victims should know their rights.
If you have been affected by this incident, we may be able to help you.