If you have been the victim of a data breach due to negligent processes or data mismanagement, you may be entitled to claim compensation, even if you have not suffered a direct case of fraud, such as identity theft, as a result.
If your data is lost, retained against your wishes, or otherwise destroyed, disclosed, or accessed in an unauthorised matter, you have grounds for a claim.
You can claim data breach compensation whether your data has been accessed by criminals or a business has shared or sold your data without permission to do so.
If you have fallen victim to a data breach and want to claim compensation, contact us now!
Falling victim to a data breach can lead to a vast range of consequences.
If you’re fortunate enough to quickly discover your data has been compromised after the event, you can mitigate some of the damage by, for example, cancelling bank and credit cards or changing passwords for your online accounts.
However, cybercriminals will usually do serious damage before you’ve had the chance to realise. This can lead to you suffering:
Even if you avoided any severe financial consequences, you can still claim compensation for the data breach happening in the first place!
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Compared to the potential financial consequences of a data breach, having your data sold or shared for marketing purposes without your permission may seem relatively trivial.
Yet, this is still a breach of your personal data and rights, and you can still claim compensation!
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We can help you make a data breach claim against a wide range of organisations for a variety of data breaches.
If you have fallen victim to any such data breach, you could claim compensation!
Contact us now to discuss your claim!