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You could be eligible to pursue a workplace data leak compensation claim, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
To find out if you are eligible to pursue a privacy compensation claim with us using the GDPR, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team here now.
You could be entitled to pursue a workplace data leak compensation claim if your private information has been misused or exposed as a result of an event of this nature. As with all organisations, your employer has a very significant and important duty to protect the information in their charge. They will commonly be processing and storing very sensitive information, including your personal details, financial information and banking data for wages and, in some cases, even medical and sensitive domestic information where they require knowledge of it. They will also often store and process information in relation to human resource matters and progression or disciplinary issues which, again, can be quite sensitive.
If your personal and private information has been shared between colleagues when it should not have been, or has been accessible when it should not have been, you could be eligible to pursue a legal case now. Ultimately, if your information has been leaked in any way, you may have a claim. The above two examples are some of the common ones, and a third common event type is where employee information is leaked if a cyberattack has taken place.
If we believe that there is a case to proceed with, we may be able to represent you for a GDPR privacy compensation claim. You can contact our team for free, no-obligation legal help here now.
If we believe that the prospects of succeeding with your workplace data leak compensation claim are good, we should be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
This way of working allows for access to justice for those who have been affected by a privacy breach matter. In short, the way it works is that we can write off our legal fees if the claim does not succeed, and all you need to do is comply with the reasonable terms and conditions in place.
We genuinely can write off our legal fees if a claim does not win. We appreciate that most people would not be able to pursue a claim in the event that they had to pay something so, really, this is the best way that we can work. You can read more about how our No Win, No Fee legal representation works on our advice page here.
When it comes to claiming for a data breach, pursuing your employer for compensation can be a fairly standard practice, and you are fully entitled to do this. Pursuing a workplace data leak compensation case should not affect your employment as it is your right to pursue a claim in accordance with the GDPR. You are also afforded protections when it comes to employment matters as well, so there should be no concerns in pursuing a case of this nature.
The first place to start is to speak to our team for free, no-obligation legal advice about whether we can help you by contacting us here now.
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