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You could be entitled to pursue a workplace data breach claim for compensation if your right to privacy has been breached during the course of your employment.
Your Lawyers is a firm of leading data breach and leak compensation experts, representing claimants for legal data cases as far back as 2014. This is a lot longer than most other firms who have only recently started looking into these cases, and this means that our experience speaks for itself. With us, you are dealing with real experts that have been involved in ground-breaking data breach cases, as pioneers in this still-evolving area of law. Our track record, and experience, speaks for itself.
Anyone who has suffered due to a data breach at work does not have to suffer in silence. Our legal team is here to help – speak to the team here now for free, no-obligation advice.
You could be entitled to bring a workplace data breach claim for compensation in any setting when your private information has been misused during the course of your employment.
For example, this could arise from:
These are just three examples. The main thing to remember is that you are allowed control over who knows what about you. If your personal information is disclosed or misused in any way, and you did not provide consent for such disclosure, that is when you could be entitled to pursue a claim. If the control you had has been removed, that is when you could be entitled to make a claim for data breach compensation.
When you pursue a workplace data breach claim, there are usually two parts to the legal case: General Damages and Special Damages.
General Damages can cover any distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information. The GDPR can entitle you to recover damages just for the distress that is caused by the breach itself, and most data breach claims are for the distress that a victim suffers from. If there are any losses and expenses as well, these could also be factored in, and are known as Special Damages. Importantly, you do not have to have lost any money or paid anything out to be able to claim.
As of the end of 2021, our average data breach compensation claim pay-out is just over £6,000. We have already recovered over £1m in data breach damages for mostly individual claimants, representing thousands of clients on a No Win, No Fee basis.
It is easy to find out now if you could be entitled to pursue a workplace data breach claim for compensation. You can speak to our team for free, no-obligation advice here now.
If we believe that we have a good enough chance of being able to secure compensation for you, we can look to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
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