Category: Holidays Abroad
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.
These days, some flights are getting cheaper and more frequent, making that city break to Rome so much easier. But it seems that with cheaper seats, there may be a small compromise being made: airlines are making economy aeroplane seats smaller and smaller.
To save money, airlines are reportedly packing their planes with as many passengers as they can by redesigning seats to be thinner and reducing leg room. These changes aren’t just to the detriment of taller people who may have to almost hug their knees or sit at an awkward angle to squeeze their legs in sideways, but reducing the space between seats may reportedly be putting passengers’ lives at risk.
Whilst not officially recognised, more and more cases of “Aerotoxic syndrome” are being reported, and cases continue to raise concerns over air quality inside flight cabins.
Over the past decade, a number of shocking incidents have occurred where pilots have almost collapsed from fumes, and planes have been turned around with crew members falling sick. In the past few years, a handful of flights had to perform emergency landings.
Pilots, crew members and passengers may all be at risk when exposed to engine fumes inside a tightly compressed cabin space, thousands of feet in the air. The dangers are real…
Customer complaints flooding in: 5-Star Buccament Bay Resort reportedly turning in to a holiday from hell!
Our Group Action Lawyers have received complaints about the supposed five-star Caribbean resort known as The Buccament Bay Resort, which is run, we believe, by Harlequin Hotels & Resorts.
Reports are coming in that the resort is apparently so underfunded that staff haven’t been paid for months, and basic services and utilities are not even available; let alone anything near a 5-Star experience being offered.
If you’ve been affected by these issues at the resort, please don’t hesitate to contact us as we’ve launched investigations for compensation claims for victims.