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For data breaches identified by third parties, what does this mean for the victim or victims, and what questions do we need to ask as part of a case?
Many of those that we represent are involved in cases and actions where the breach itself was revealed by someone other than the organisation that has committed the breach. In those sorts of cases, there are questions to be asked about how this is the case.
As a leading firm of data breach compensation lawyers, we may be able to help you.
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.
If you’re one of the 900,000 victims that has been affected by Virgin Media data breach, here’s what you need to do to secure your right to make a claim for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis with us.
A compensation action has already been established for people to join. As a victim, you could be entitled to claim for the distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information. You may also be entitled to recover damages for any losses and expenses that you may incur too.
As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation specialists, we’ve launched our action for justice. All you need to do is sign-up for a legal case.
When all is said and done, the true cost of a data breach is worth avoiding for organisations as much as it should be recognised that they have a duty to protect people’s information.
It’s important that organisations are punished when they break the law, and it’s important that victims can access the justice that they deserve. That’s why we, as a leading consumer action and data breach compensation law firm, specialise in this complex and niche area of law. People have the right to seek justice and we can represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis for a legal case.
When you look at just how much it can cost to organisations financially, as well as to victims emotionally, it’s clear to see why avoiding a data breach is important.
Following additional coverage of our compensation action in the Derbyshire Telegraph, Derbyshire Virgin Media customers have come forward in numbers over the last few days to sign-up for a legal case.
Victims of the data breach could be entitled to claim up to an average estimated amount of £5,000.00 on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Following our media coverage last month, we’re already acting for a large number of victims. With this latest coverage, our team has been incredibly busy over the last few days helping more people sign-up for a case with us.
All you need to do is complete the forms to be able to sign-up for a No Win, No Fee legal case. If you’ve received confirmation that your data was exposed in the breach, you should be eligible to join right away.
We’re now representing a large group of claimants following our recent coverage in the mainstream media. If you’ve yet to sign-up for a case, you should do so now.
The Virgin Media data breach action for compensation that we’ve launched has grown significantly over the last week following our successful media outreach campaign.
With coverage of our compensation action in mainstream media outlets such as The Sun and the Daily Mail, our team has been incredibly busy dealing with the surge of new sign-ups. We’ve set up a dedicated website for people to be able to join the group compensation action quickly and easily here.
With our No Win, No Fee representation, and our unique experience as a leading consumer rights and data breach compensation law firm, all you need to do is start your case.
Many people want to know how much they could be entitled to receive in compensation for a GDPR breach. Here’s an insight for you based on our extensive experience.
As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we’ve been helping thousands of people for data protection and privacy issues since 2014. We launched our first major action in 2015 for the 56 Dean Street Clinic leak, and our team is now involved in dozens of different actions as well as a wealth of individual cases.
What this means is that we have extensive experience in this complex and niche area of law. In fact, we’ve been specifically representing data breach victims for a lot longer than most other law firms. Having settled a wide range of cases for several years, here’s how we approach valuing a GDPR compensation case.
There has been an expected surge in sign-ups for Virgin Media data breach claims on Friday and over the weekend as the Your Lawyers compensation action featured in the news.
We’ve been in contact with huge numbers of people asking for our help and starting their claim immediately using the Virgin Media Data Breach Group Action website here. We set the site up to make it easy for people to start a No Win, No Fee case without delay, and we’re open on most weekends for our clients to speak to as well.
If you’ve yet to start your case, you can do so now here. For a little more information about the compensation action, read on.
The Your Lawyers Virgin Media data breach compensation action has featured in the news as we strive to raise awareness of this important case.
As featured in The Sun today, PORN COCK-UP Virgin Media faces £4.5billion fine after exposing customers’ PORN searches, the 900,000 victims of the breach could be entitled to claim an estimated £5,000 in compensation. This could mean a total claim pay-out in the sum of a staggering £4.5bn.
As a leading consumer action and data breach compensation firm, we were contacted by concerned victims asking for our help when news broke about the breach. Since then, we’ve taken forward No Win, No Fee claims and formally launched our legal action for justice.