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To get on a plane, we all need to give a substantial amount of personal data to the airlines. This includes a person’s name, phone number, ID, and passport information. Also, the home address, email, credit card details, in addition to the destination, and probably other work details.
Imagine the kind of damage that could befall a person if this data falls in the wrong hands? Hackers target large organisations, like airlines, as the clients’ data records are the proverbial goldmine for their ill intentions.
It’s only fair then to penalise such acts should an airline fail to protect their customer data. Even the inconvenience of having personal data mishandled should have consequences.
Airline data breaches happen. So, if you believe that your data was compromised through such unfortunate events, you can demand financial compensation.
An airline or any other facility that routinely gathers user information has a legal and ethical obligation to protect this data. A data breach occurs when:
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Peter is a solicitor who has worked as a professional litigator for 3 years. More recently Peter has specialised in data breach compensation claims and over the last 2.5 years has gained a wealth of knowledge in this sector. Peter now works with us to share his knowledge and inform the general public.
According to the terms of General Data Protection Regulation, a person is entitled to financial compensation for any of the following impacts of a data breach:
The best way to go about claiming is to contact solicitors who have previous experience in handling such cases. The amount of the claim is assessed depending on the severity of the data breach and damages incurred.
The airline could be forced to pay more if the failure to protect users’ data was preventable. Also, if they aren’t prompt in disclosing the breach to the affected users.
Usually, these matters are settled out of the courts. However, they could just as well be pursued legally, and even escalated into a class-action case.
First of all, you’d get a free consultation with our solicitors. We’ll look into all the documents, details, and your full account of the breach. If there’s merit, and potential for your case, then we’ll guide you through the next steps.
We work on a No Win, No Fee basis, so there’s no risk at all on your part for presenting your case. In fact, your chances of settling a fair compensation are quite high with our seasoned experts who handled huge amounts of similar cases.
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