Category: Data Group Actions
The recently revealed Greater Manchester Police data breach that may have affected thousands of victims of serious crime could lead to a Group Action Compensation Case.
The serious data leak, revealed in an exclusive story from ManchesterMill.Co.Uk, is based on information sourced from an anonymous whistleblower. According to the reports, a test database was accessible online without a password on the website for a third-party IT contractor.
It is unknown if the database was accessed, but the information involved in the incident is understood to have included the names and addresses for victims of serious crime. It is also understood to have included information for witnesses and informants.
We are representing clients who have been victims of this year’s Blackbaud data breach where information has been exposed as a result of a cyberattack.
The nature of the information involved was incredibly personal and sensitive and included: names and addresses; dates of birth; gender details; and information relevant to the organisation the information was for. Many of the victims’ information was with their current or former university, and also included data such as: student numbers; qualification information; extracurricular activity data; employment data; and other additional information collected.
If you have been affected by this cyberattack, here is some information about how we can help you.
We represent clients pursuing easyJet cyber-attack compensation claims as victims of the recently discovered incident that hit the headlines in May.
Some 9 million customers have been subject to a cyberattack where personal information has been exposed. Thousands of the victims may also have also had payment card data exposed as well. Whether you had personal details or payment card data exposed, you could be eligible to claim compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis.
This action is one of the over 50 group and multi-party cases we have launched as a specialist firm of Group Action Lawyers.
If you have yet to start your BA data breach compensation claim, you still have the chance to sign-up and now and benefit from our No Win, No Fee representation.
However, time is running out to join. There is a court deadline for joining which falls early next year and, if you miss this, you could miss out on your chance to receive thousands of pounds in compensation.
As specialist Group Action Lawyers fighting for justice in over 50 group and multi-party actions, we can tell you from considerable experience that people will miss the deadline. In fact, people miss the deadlines all the time and we often receive new enquiries from people who have lost out on the chance to claim thousands or even tens of thousands of pounds in compensation from actions that closed years ago.
You can sign-up for a Virgin Media data breach compensation case and be a part of the action for justice by completing the forms on the dedicated website here.
The action that we are representing clients for is for the 900,000 victims of the data breach that occurred between April 2019 and February 2020 to pursue damages for any distress they suffer. We are prepared to represent clients on a No Win, No Fee basis because we are confident that we have grounds to be able to succeed with the action.
Read on for more information about how we can help and about the basis of the legal case that we have launched.
This week is the second anniversary of the Ticketmaster data breach compensation that we launched in 2018 for victims of the cyberattack to take legal action.
We are also a month on from the second anniversary of the GDPR coming into force as well, which is a key piece of legislation that applies in the Ticketmaster action. As we are now two years on from the launch of our legal action, many claims are at an advanced stage, but there is still time to join the action. As we always do, we recommend that you launch your claim with our team as soon as you can.
We are representing a number of victims who have started an easyJet data breach claim for compensation with us on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you are one of the 9 million people whose personal data was exposed in the recently announced cyberattack, we may be able to help you. We represent Claimants in over 50 different group and multi-party actions, and we have launched action for easyJet data breach victims immediately. The law is on your side and you could be eligible to receive financial damages as a victim of the breach.
In this article, we will briefly outline when you can make a claim, what you could claim for, and how you can speak to our team for free, no-obligation advice today.
If you have yet to join the British Airways data breach compensation action, you still have time to make a No Win, No Fee case, but time is running out.
We always recommend that victims who are serious about making a claim should start their case as soon as possible. Missing a key court deadline could be the difference between succeeding with a claim and receiving thousands of pounds in damages or receiving nothing at all. There is more to a case than just registering your information with a firm so you should act as soon as you can.
With No Win, No Fee representation on offer, legal fees can be written off if a case does not succeed. As such, what do you have to lose in starting a case? There is no need to delay, but perhaps a lot to lose in delaying any further.
We are taking legal action and seeking compensation on behalf of several victims that have approached us for help as victims of the 118 118 Money data breach.
If you have received notification from the company that your information has been exposed in the cyberattack, we may be able to represent you. The risks for the victims in the wake of this breach could be substantial given the nature of the data that has been compromised. You could be in line to receive compensation for the distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information. If any financial losses and expenses have also been incurred, we can also look to account for this too.
Read on for more information and advice.
As Group Action specialists, we are involved in dozens of actions and have established ourselves as a leading voice in this complex and niche area of law.
This is why we are representing so many clients in so many different actions; all on a No Win, No Fee basis. We have recovered millions of pounds for our clients over the years we have been giving victims a voice, and we continue to take new actions forward on a regular basis.
For our clients, we want them to completely trust in what we do. So, what is it that makes us specialists, what is our experience, and can we help you?