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Did you know that, as of right now in May 2022, there is still time to join the BA cyberattack group action that we are representing people for here in the UK?

You may be aware that there were some previous settlements that took place, but this did not involve our group. We continue to represent thousands of people affected by the 2018 cyberattacks, and there is still time to sign up for a No Win, No Fee claim for compensation now. All you need to do is head over to the BA Group Action website here now and get started.

We will see final deadlines for the claims that we are taking on expire, and this may happen soon. As long as you have not already settled a case and you have confirmation that you were affected, we may still be able to help you now.

Join the BA cyberattack group action now

At the time of this article in May 2022, you might still be in time to join the BA cyberattack group action that we are running for thousands of people. Getting started is incredibly easy, as all you need to do is complete the forms on our dedicated website here now.

It should only take a few minutes to complete. Once you have done that, you can agree to get your case started without delay and your claim can then be launched as long as we are satisfied that you meet the eligibility criteria.

What could you claim for?

Joining our BA cyberattack group action can allow you to pursue a claim for data breach compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information. The GDPR can entitle you to claim compensation for such distress, and you do not need to have suffered any actual financial losses to be able to claim. You can just claim for distress alone, and a pay-out for this could be in the thousands of pounds region.

When we value a legal case, a lot of the work that we do comes down to assessing how the breach has affected our client. As well as this coming down to the nature and extent of any information involved, it can also come down to the individual impact on the person, and this can differ drastically from person to person. Generally speaking, the more a person suffers, the more a legal case could be worth.

No Win, No Fee legal representation

As long as you are eligible and you pursue your claim in time, you should be able to benefit from our No Win, No Fee legal representation now.

In short, how this works is simple: as long as you agree to the terms and conditions that have in place, and you adhere to them, we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed. We work in this way when we are confident that there are good enough prospects of being able to succeed with the case, and we are firm believers in access to justice.

The best question to ask is this: with our No Win, No Fee in place, what do you have to lose in making a claim?

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First published by Author on May 10, 2022
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