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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.

Can you make an easyJet data breach claim?

If you are one of the 9 million people whose information has been exposed in the recent cyberattack, you could be eligible to make an easyJet data breach claim for compensation. If you have received confirmation that your data has been exposed, you should be eligible for our No Win, No Fee representation.

We are already representing a number of Claimants for cases. We believe that there is a valid legal case to make which is why we are offering No Win, No Fee arrangements. Subject to your compliance with the terms and conditions of the agreement, our No Win, No Fee guarantee means that are happy to write off legal fees if a case does not succeed.

We only work in this way when we are confident that we can succeed with an action.

What could you claim for?

An easyJet data breach claim is a legal case for compensation that can account for:

  • General Damages: for the distress suffered by the loss of control of your personal information; and
  • Special Damages: for any losses and expenses that you may incur. This could include if you are successfully targeted in a fraud event.

Importantly, you do not have to have suffered an actual financial loss or any expenses to be able to claim. You can be entitled to recover compensation just for the distress you suffer, and this could lead to a pay-out amounting to the thousands of pounds.

How much a case could be worth will typically depend on factors that include:

  • What information of your has been exposed;
  • How much data is involved;
  • How the data breach has personally affected you.

The level of distress that you suffer is a factor that is individual to you. Different people can be affected in different ways, so this element really depends on you. The GDPR allows victims of a data breach like this to receive compensation for any distress suffered, and that is what we will be pursuing for you.

Free, no-obligation advice

At the Group Action Lawyers, we are always more than happy to offer you free and no-obligation advice about your options for justice. This includes if you need to make an easyJet data breach claim and need advice from the team about whether you could be entitled to receive compensation.

To speak to our experienced team, please see the Contact Page here for options for getting in touch with us today.

We can usually tell you right away if we think you have a valid case. If you do, we can represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis and launch your case right away for you.

IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.

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First published by Matt on June 16, 2020
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