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Data breach lawyers are needed if private companies and public authorities misuse people’s personal and sensitive information and data . . .
Data breach lawyers Liverpool: You have the right under GDPR, the Data Protection Act and the Human Rights Act to have your personal and sensitive information and data kept accurate and private. If it is not, it is considered to then be a data breach whereby serious damage can thereafter be caused to you reputationally, emotionally and financially.
You should ask yourself, has your information or data been:
If so, we as your specialist data protection and data breach lawyers can help you to receive the highest possible amount of compensation for your personal data breach claim.
If we agree that you have a data breach claim, we will act for you on a ‘no win, no fee’ agreement. We do this because we are extremely confident in winning all the cases that we take on; if you don’t win, we don’t get paid. We also have an agreement with an insurance provider who (subject to their own assessment of prospects following our expert advice to them) will fund your case through the Court process at no cost to you should your opponent not wish to pay you compensation when we present a claim to them for you.
You have absolutely nothing to lose (and everything to gain) by contacting us for your data breach claim.
Unfortunately, many nurseries, schools, colleges, universities and exam boards make data breach mistakes and when they do, there are severe consequences for children, staff, pupils, students and their respective families. If you or a member of your family has been a victim, you have a right to claim compensation.
Local councils and authorities, and government bodies, possess a wide range of personal and sensitive information which must be used correctly and protected securely.
If a public sector organisation or staff member has compromised your information/data, you have a right to claim compensation.
The Police and the Criminal Justice system possess and access our personal sensitive information through the Police National Computer, APNR and Court records.
If the Police or the Criminal Justice system do make a mistake with your information/data, you have a right to claim compensation.
Phone companies are in possession of information and data relating to our private lives such as phone calls, text messages, emails, contacts, imagery, usernames and passwords.
If a phone company misuses or fails to adequately protect these, you have a right to claim compensation.
Private companies should protect your private infomation just like they protect their own business interests. Unfortunately, they often forget to treat customer, client, or employee data with the importance that it should.
If a private company has breached your data, you have a right to claim compensation.
With the NHS becoming overstretched through lack of funding, the stressful workload of employees is resulting in mistakes being made in respect of data breach failings and the release of sensitive medical information.
If your medical data has been breached, you have a right to claim compensation.
Since the introduction of GDPR in May 2018, it seems people have become more aware of their data protection rights, as data protection officers report an increase in their workloads.
Exonar research findings show that 94% of IT professionals have experienced a data breach and 79% are worried that their company could be next.
The ICO have recently published their Annual Report for 2019/2020 and in these abnormal times, digital evolution has accelerated at a ‘dizzying speed’ over the past few months.