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Why claim data breach compensation?

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Why claim data breach compensation? As experts and pioneers in the field of fighting for justice for data breach victims, we can give you a few reasons.

Claiming compensation for data breaches, leaks and hacks is a relatively new area of law. Many people may still be unaware about the rights they have when it comes to compensation for the misuse of their private information. Victims can be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in damages, and we can represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.

Another key question so ask is why claim data breach compensation with us? Let us tell you why.

Why claim data breach compensation with us?

We’ve been fighting for the rights of data breach victims for years, and thousands of people have come to us for help. We’re representing people in over 25 different group and multi-party actions, with our first one launched way back in 2015.

In short, we’re experienced, and we’ve been doing this for a lot longer than many of the other firms who have recently started to market for cases have been doing. This is important for you to know because it means that you can trust in our advice and have faith in our representation.

We’re also concerned about some of the websites that have recently started marketing for cases with little information about their background and expertise in data breach law. It’s important to be vigilant and take care with firms who have little or no experience in this often complex area of law.

Why claim data breach compensation at all? You’re entitled to it

It’s important to know that the law entitles you to make a claim for data breach compensation.

With this in mind, why wouldn’t you want to claim for the distress caused by the loss of control of your personal and sensitive information?

You don’t have to have suffered a financial loss to be able to claim. Data breach compensation amounts are usually valued based on the impact of the distress that’s caused to you.

We help people in straightforward cases as well as incredibly complex and high-value individual claims and multi-party actions. When it comes to making sure you get the best from your case, experience and specialty is key.

When you have the option to claim compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis, what have you got to lose?

You’re changing the world

By claiming for data breach compensation, you can help to improve things and make sure that offending organisations don’t make the same mistakes again. Ultimately, claiming compensation comes at a cost to the organisation who has committed the breach, and this can act as a deterrent.

We have the fines that can be issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as well, but that money isn’t for you.

In the UK, previous research has indicated that more than a quarter of people won’t do business with organisations they don’t trust. In addition, more than 40% said they would stop doing business with an organisation for a long time, or for good, where a data breach has taken place.

Trust is important, and data breaches can undermine the faith we have in the organisations who process our personal information. Making sure that lessons are learned is another reason as to why you should claim data breach compensation.

Free, no-obligation advice

We’re more than happy to offer you free, no-obligation advice about your options.

We keep our offices open until late on weekdays, and also on Saturdays and Sunday to be as accessible for you as we can be.

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First published by Matthew on May 29, 2019
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