The Group Action Lawyers have been busy in recent days helping a large number of people who have come forward as victims of the Watford Community Housing data leak.
We are now formally representing a large number of Claimants who have signed up for a No Win, No Fee compensation case. Victims can be eligible to make a data leak compensation claim for the distress caused by the loss of control of their personal information from the recent leak.
If you have received confirmation that you are affected by this leak, we are on hand and here to help you now.
A significant number of people have come forward to start their Virgin Media data breach claim and join the growing group compensation action following media coverage last week.
The 900,000 people affected by the data breach whose information was left unsecure between April 2019 and February 2020 can start a case using the sign-up forms on the Group Action website here. This service allows you to start a proper legal case as opposed to just registering for information which some other law firms do.
Victims could be entitled to claim an estimated £5,000.00 in damages, with claims being pursued on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The Virgin Media data breach compensation action launched by Your Lawyers has featured in the media today as the company faces a potential £4.5billion compensation bill.
As featured in The Sun, PORN COCK-UP Virgin Media faces £4.5billion fine after exposing customers’ PORN searches, estimated pay-outs could reach the £5,000 mark.
Your Lawyers, a specialist consumer action and data breach law firm, is pursuing compensation claims for the 900,000 Virgin Media customers affected by the breach. You can sign-up to start your No Win, No Fee compensation claim here.
Some 217 patients of Habib Rahman are being invited for a recall consultation by Spire Healthcare after it has emerged that some people may have undergone unnecessary treatment.
Patients who have had shoulder manipulation procedures under general anaesthetic at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull carried out by the orthopaedic surgeon may need further treatment, or they may be told that their operation was not even required. This is not the first scandal to hit Spire Parkway, which was one of the hospitals that former disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson also worked out.
Those affected by the recall are being urged to seek follow up care, and you can speak to our team today for free, no-obligation legal advice.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued their Dixons Carphone data breach fine, and the amount is the maximum penalty available under the old rules.
This was a sustained cyberattack that lasted between July 2017 and April 2018, meaning that it has been dealt with in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The GDPR that could have allowed fines to be up to 4% of a company’s global annual turnover came into effect in May 2018; just weeks after the breach period ended. Had the breach period have lasted longer, a far greater penalty could have been issued. We have seen this with the provisional £183m issued for the British Airways data breach.
We are representing people who are claiming compensation from Dixons Carphone (DSG Retail Ltd) as one of the dozens of data breach group and multi-party actions that our lawyers are fighting for justice in.
You can start your British Airways compensation claim by completing the forms on the BA Group Action website here. We can represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
You would be joining a number of others who have already initiated their claims with us. Over the next few months, we expect there to be significant progress in the group action on the whole, and deadlines for joining the action could be imminent. To avoid missing out on the chance to claim compensation, we’re urging victims to come forward and start a case sooner rather than later.
With more than 40 group actions on our books, we can tell you from considerable experience that people often miss the deadlines by not taking action soon enough.
The information for thousands more victims of the 2015 TalkTalk data breach incident have been found online as the number of victims expands.
We’re representing a group of victims who are claiming for data breach compensation who were affected by the TalkTalk hack of 2015. This is one of the over 40 different group and multi-party actions we’re fighting for justice in on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you are one of the additional 4,545 victims of the incident, or if you were notified previously and you’ve yet to start your case, make sure you contact us ASAP.
Following last year’s widespread pause, the new vaginal mesh guidelines have been published. Understandably, concerns have been raised that they may not good enough.
We can tell you from experience that the complications and suffering that women can endure when vaginal mesh surgery goes wrong can be horrendous. We’re acting for women on a No Win, No Fee basis who are making claims for personal injury compensation because of problems they’ve experienced. With some women left unable to work or walk ever again, the continued use of these devices must be heavily scrutinised.
Concerns have been raised that the new vaginal mesh guidelines that have been published haven’t considered the experiences of the victims, and don’t go far enough to protect women who may undergo the procedure.
If you’re suffering with valsartan side effects, you may want to read this article and take heed of some important information about the drug.
Last year, a Class 1 Medicines Recall was initiated by Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The recall stems from potential contamination that comes from the production process that could be incredibly serious for anyone affected. In fact, in the US, lawsuits have been active for some time now. When members of the Group Action Lawyers attended a conference in the U.S. last year, it was clear to us just how serious this issue could be.
If you’ve been taking the medication here in the UK and you’ve suffered problems or side effects, we may need to speak with you.
If you’ve yet to start your transvaginal mesh claim for compensation, we recommend that you read this urgent advice about your options for justice.
We know that people put off starting a legal case for many reasons. One of the main ones is the worry about having a formal legal claim. But if you leave it too late, you risk being unable to claim at all.
There can be a number of timeframes involved in a case like this, and we’ve had to turn people away in the past who have missed deadlines to claim. We don’t want you to miss out on your chance for justice. With that in mind, here’s a little useful guidance about making a transvaginal mesh claim for compensation.