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We've extended our NO WIN, NO FEE guarantee for victims affected by the Well Pharmacy data leak
Joining The Well Pharmacy Data Breach Action
You could be eligible to claim in the Well Pharmacy data breach compensation action if you were one of the 24,000 people whose data was leaked in the breach email.
This was a preventable email leak that has led to a wealth of personal and sensitive data about employees and locums being exposed. Although efforts were made to recall the email, it was too late to prevent the damage caused once it had been sent.
We can tell you from experience in similar data leak incidents - like the 56 Dean Street action that we are helping people with - that it is often impossible to stop the damage once a breach email has been sent.
The company has already issued an apology, but for victims suffering distress as a result of the leak, we can help.
You're entitled to make a claim for data breach compensation, and the legal action we launch is separate to any GDPR fine that the company may face from the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). The law entitles victims of a data breach to claim for any distress and financial loss that may be caused, but you don't have to have suffered financial loss to make a claim.
If you know you were affected by the Well Pharmacy data breach, you can sign-up and join the legal action for compensation today.
Will The Well Pharmacy Data Breach Action Succeed?
A key question victims may ask is about the chances of success for the Well Pharmacy data breach action.
We can tell you from years of experience in representing people in almost identical data leak incidents that we're confident we can succeed. Victims are entitled to claim data breach compensation, and thousands of people have asked for our help over the years we've been fighting for the rights of data breach victims.
The data exposed in this particular data leak is incredibly personal and potentially very sensitive, which is an important factor we take into account. We're aware that there is some debate between victims of the leak and the company as to what data was exposed, and how the data can be interpreted.
In any event, we can still help you claim if you were affected by the Well Pharmacy data breach.
It's understood that data exposed in the leak includes:
- Residential addresses
- Email addresses
- Telephone numbers
- Payroll numbers
- Pay information
- Information about employee religious beliefs
- Fitness to practice data
- Criminal record checks information
Some victims have expressed concern that the spreadsheet may be a "blacklist" because of a column labelled "reasons for inactivation", but the company has denied that this is the case.
No Win, No Fee
We're offering No Win, No Fee arrangements in the Well Pharmacy data breach legal action.
All you need to do is comply with the terms of the agreement that we can arrange with you, and we can write off our legal fees if your case doesn't succeed.
We offer this because we believe in access to justice and because we're confident that we can succeed with claims for compensation. We're offering No Win, No Fee arrangements across all the other data breach actions we're helping people claim for, and the same applies for this particular breach.
If we think we can win the legal action, we can offer No Win, No Fee guarantees.
Claiming With Us Today
Joining the Well Pharmacy data breach action is simple. You may have a legal case if your information was contained in the spreadsheet that was attached in the breach email.
This was a preventable leak that should never have happened in the first place.
All you need to do is contact the team for help and advice today.
Our initial advice is free, and on a no-obligation basis.
If you're keen to start your case today, we can take your instructions in one telephone call and you can leave the rest to us.
- We're specialist Data Leak lawyers fighting for justice in over 20 different data leak actions
- It's No Win, No Fee
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