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If you have been left vulnerable to cybercrime, you could be entitled to claim data breach compensation with our leading team of lawyers on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you have been left vulnerable to cybercrime because your personal information has been misused or exposed, this could cause considerable distress for you. In many instances, it could be possible to mitigate the potential risks, and many people will hopefully not fall victim to any actual cybercrime. However, even the risk of it when you know that criminals may have access to your personal information can be severe.
It could be that your personal details have been exposed and you may be vulnerable to being contacted by scammers who may attempt to commit phishing or fraudulent communication with you. In circumstances where particularly personal and sensitive information has been exposed, you may be concerned about any blackmail which is a risk that is important to recognise. When it comes to financial data, there are obvious risks of direct fraud and theft that could take place.
If you have been left vulnerable to cybercrime, you could be entitled to claim GDPR compensation for those risks and for any distress subsequently caused. You may not be aware that you do not actually have to have suffered any financial losses to be able to claim, and most people will pursue damages for distress alone. The distress itself can be significant, particularly when you have been left vulnerable to cybercrime because there is the constant worry about what could happen in the short-term or even in the long-term future.
The GDPR recognises that those who have suffered distress should be eligible to recover compensation for the distress that has been caused by the loss of control of personal information. That is often the fundamental basis of your claim, and you could be entitled to recover thousands of pounds of damages for distress. In fact, our average data breach compensation settlement is just over £6,000 in damages alone. As such, it is well worth your time pursuing a claim.
When it comes to particularly personal and sensitive information where there are considerable risks of cybercrime, it is not uncommon for some claims to settle for over £10,000.
If you have been left vulnerable to cybercrime, you could be entitled to claim damages on a No Win, No Fee basis with our team of expert solicitors. Contact us for free, no-obligation legal advice about starting a claim here now.
At Your Lawyers – the Data Leak Lawyers – we are leading data protection compensation experts who have been representing people in this area of law for longer than many other law firms out there. This area of law remains a niche and complex one and requires the particular expertise of a specialist firm such as us to make sure that you benefit from the best pay-out possible.
Unfortunately, we know that there are some firms out there that have had too little experience to pursue cases properly. Some cases have gone wrong as a result of this, and some have under-settled claims in comparison to what we should have been able to obtain.
It is vital that you instruct expert data protection compensation solicitors – you can contact our team for free help here now.
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