A personal data breach is a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access to personal data. 

You may have seen a recent breach in the news that concerns you or  you have received a breach notification from a data controller   – whatever has happened we are here to help. 

Every data breach no matter how small is an illegal act involving your personal information. This can result in identity theft that can ultimately lead to financial crime using your details as well as your details being sold on the dark web to facilitate blackmail attempts and other cybercrimes.

We care about your data. Our aim is to provide a suitable remedy for the data breach that you have experienced as well as obtaining the appropriate financial compensation you deserve.

We specialise in dealing with data breaches that have affected UK citizens. We specialise in data protection regulations. Helping victims of personal data breaches claim for compensation is what we do.

You do not have to be able to demonstrate a financial loss in order for us to help you.  Simply being subject to a data breach is enough grounds to start your claim. If you have been unfortunate enough to suffer a data breach – we can help.

We have a team of solicitors that specialise in dealing with data protection claims – you are in safe hands. 

This will be measured by the severity of the data breach that you have experienced.  These are examples of awards given recently (link to remedy page)

Following your data breach necessary steps will be taken to rectify the breach wherever this is possible (link to remedy page)

The current limitation period to make a data protection claim is 6 years. This means if you have suffered a data breach at any time in the last 6 years you still have time to claim – get in touch today. 

For us to review your claim we need your contact details along with details of the breach and any correspondence that supports your data beach claim.  This may be a letter confirming that your data has been breached, a complaint that you have madeany other correspondence you have that supports your claim or in some cases you have been made aware you information has been breach by a news broadcastThese details can be uploaded on our enquiry page.