Legal help for data breach compensation claims

No Win, No Fee Data Leak Claims

"Our no win, no fee does exactly what it says on the tin - we can fund all of your claim on the basis that we can write off our legal fees if we don't succeed with the case."

We offer genuine no win, no fee agreements for our clients. Why we do this is simple:

  • As a victim you deserve your chance to get access to justice
  • We can carefully risk assess your case and take it on if we think we have a good chance of winning the claim
  • We can try and establish as early as possible whether the opponent will be accepting responsibility

Our promises - in black and white

We put all of the promises for our No Win, No Fee arrangement in our paperwork. It's there for you to keep so you can rest assured that we really can waive our fees if the case is not successful. It also shows you that we are serious about winning your case because we will only recover fees if we actually succeed in the case.

Our job is to fight for your rights and that is what we pledge to do. But it's helpful for you to know that our fees are at stake as well!

Starting your no win, no fee claim is easy

If you know that you want to get your claim started right away then we have a fantastic offer for you.

We can take your instructions and set the case up in one easy phone call. We can go through our funding advice with you, which will of course be sent out to you as well, and we can accept your case over the telephone.

If you're happy to instruct us and we think you have a case, then we're happy to get things moving as early as we can for you.

We Can Help

You have rights as a victim, and we may be able to help you claim for data leak compensation.

We're here to help, and if you would like free and confidential advice as an affected victim of the breach, please call us on 0800 634 75 75 or contact us here.

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