What We Do
We're a firm of specialist Data Protection Breach Solicitors. We represent people claiming for data breach compensation, and we do it on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Our No Win, No Fee guarantee means that you don't have to pay our legal fees if your case doesn't succeed.
We do this because we believe data breach victims should be able to claim compensation without the risk of paying expensive fees if the case doesn't succeed.
You may have noticed that there's been loads of data breaches in the news lately. In fact, it's almost every day when we hear about a new one. Organisations who are responsible for looking after private and sensitive data should not allow that data to be leaked or fall into the wrong hands.
Our mission, as a firm of dedicated and specialist Data Protection Breach Solicitors, is simple: through justice for data protection breach victims, we ensure that the victims are compensated, and we push for those responsible for breaches to change their ways.
What Is Data Protection Breach Compensation?
Data protection breach compensation is exactly what it says it is. It's damages in the form of money that's awarded to a victim of a data breach. The person or company responsible for the data breach pays compensation to the victim. In most cases, it's their insurers who will pay.
You can claim data breach compensation because the law entitles you to. If you've been the victim of a data breach, you can claim for any distress caused, and for any financial losses and inconvenience caused by the breach also.
What you need to do to be able to claim the compensation you could be owed is instruct our specialist Data Protection Breach Solicitors and leave the rest to us.
Your data protection rights are enshrined in law. If an organisation has failed to comply with the law, you can be compensated.
It's as simple as that.
About Our Specialist Data Protection Breach Solicitors
Our specialist Data Protection Breach Solicitors have been representing people claiming compensation for data leaks, data breach and data hacks for years. Our firm specialises in data law and group action cases, meaning we represent Claimants for individual breaches, and in Group Actions (commonly referred to as Group Litigation Orders or Class Actions).
Right now, our Data Protection Breach Solicitors are representing people in more than 20 different data group action cases. These include some of the biggest breaches that have taken place in the last few years, such as Equifax, TalkTalk and Ticketmaster.
What To Do As A Victim Of A DATA Protection Breach
Speak to our specialist Data Protection Breach Solicitors if you've been the victim of a data protection incident.
- Free, no-obligation advice
- No Win, No Fee guarantees
- Expert representation as a firm of lawyers who have been helping victims claim for a number of years.
With our firm representing victims in over 20 different data breach Group Action cases, you know you can claim in confidence with us.
Speak to the team today for a little friendly advice, or feel free to get the ball rolling with a claim which we can get set up and started in one simple phone call.
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