We were previously asked by the media about what kind of GDPR compensation amounts victims of the Virgin media data breach could expect to receive.
We know that this is an important question, as people want to know what they could potentially expect to receive. Although it is very early days, we have provided the media with some information as to what victims could be entitled to claim for. This is based on our initial assessment of the action and our wealth of experience in representing thousands of people for these types of cases.
Read on for an insight into our early estimations.
We’re now coming up to almost six months since news of the Virgin Media data breach hit the headlines, and some are asking whether there will be a group litigation for the data event.
Although it’s still early days, there could be a formal court litigation established. If this happens, people will need to make sure that they have signed up for a case before any final deadline, or they could miss out.
Here’s what you need to know and how to get started today to avoid any chance of missing out.
Our Virgin Media data breach group action is well underway, and we now represent a large number of clients for cases on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you have yet to sign up for a legal case, you should do so as soon as you can. You could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in damages for any distress suffered by the loss of control of your personal information.
Here’s some information about the action and what to expect if you have yet to start your case.
The impact of a data breach can be substantial and it should never be underestimated, especially when it comes to cases like the Virgin Media leak.
When data is left exposed for such a long period of time, and for so many people, it is a serious event. The incident was worsened with the news that at least one unknown third party managed to access the exposed data during the breach period as well. The risks of this data ending up in the wrong hands can be severe, so the impact for the victims can also be serious.
The law is there to protect our right to privacy for a very good reason, and the law should always be upheld!
When it comes to data breach compensation actions like the Virgin Media action that we are fighting for justice in, experience is absolutely essential in our view.
For this reason, we want to provide you with an insight into our experience so you can be 100% assured of our representation for a compensation case. We can tell you a little about our experience and some of the actions we have been involved with. We will also give you some brief details about the Virgin Media compensation action as well.
We are representing clients who claim with us in this action on a No Win, No Fee basis. You can get started with a Virgin Media compensation claim now by completing the forms on the main section of the website here.
Data breaches are serious. Incidents like the Virgin Media leak that we are taking action for have a real impact on the victims, and there can be severe risks from criminals as well.
This is why we do what we do, and why our work is so important. It is also why we work on a No Win, No Fee basis as we are huge believers in access to justice as well.
Here’s a brief take on why data breaches are serious and what you can do as a victim of the Virgin Media data breach, and how to join our compensation action for justice today.
We have been asked before about whether it’s possible to claim for accidental data breaches, and this is a relevant question when it comes to our Virgin Media Group Action.
You can be eligible to receive compensation even when a data breach has not been caused by any kind of intentional act. Most breaches occur because of some form of accident or mishap, and there are circumstances where this can pave the way for victims to claim. When information has been misused or exposed, it can be incredibly distressing, and that’s what victims could claim for.
Here’s how this can work in terms of the Virgin Media data breach that we’re spearheading legal action for.
If you are one of the 900,000 victims affected by the Virgin Media data breach that was revealed earlier this year, here’s what you need to do.
We have launched a legal action and we are representing clients for cases on a No Win, No Fee basis. Below, we will briefly outline whether you could be eligible to join the action and what you need to do. We will also give you an insight into us as well.
To start a case, just complete the forms here.
If, as a result of your information being exposed in the Virgin Media data breach, your debit or credit card is hacked, here’s some advice about what you can do.
Although payment card data is not thought to have been involved in this data breach, people could still be hacked and duped into handing over access to accounts to criminals. We have seen fraud committed as a direct result of other actions that we are involved with, so it’s wise to be alert.
Here’s some advice which we hope can be useful for you.
Our action for justice is for anyone affected by the recently discovered Virgin Media leak to claim cyber breach compensation with our No Win, No Fee help.
If you have yet to start your claim for damages, and you want to know more about the work we’re doing, read on. We’re already representing a large number of victims for cases, and we will briefly guide you on what the claim is for, what you could receive, and how to get started here.
As a leading firm of data breach and consumer action lawyers, our group case has already been launched and is well underway. There is still time to start your case, and we recommend that you do so as soon as you can.
We are representing Claimants pursuing compensation arising from the Virgin Media Data Breach announced in March 2020.
If you have received confirmation that you have been affected by the data breach incident, you could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in data breach compensation with us now on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We are a leading Consumer Action and Data Breach law firm that is representing Claimants in over 40 different group and multi-party actions. We sit on the Steering Committee for the first GDPR Group Litigation Order (GLO) action in England and Wales, the British Airways Group Action.
If a formal court action is established in this case, there will be a cut-off date to join. We recommend that you sign-up to start your case as soon as possible.