On 7th September 2018, British Airways announced that there had been a breach of its security systems.
Over 500,000 BA customers like you had their personal data leaked.
British Airways was fined £183 million by the Information Commissioner’s Office for their ‘poor security arrangements’. This was levied in October 2020 considering the Covid-19 pandemic and reduced to £20 million. Now it’s time for the victims to be compensated
BA offered a reimbursement for customers who suffered ‘direct financial losses’ and ‘credit rate monitoring’. This is not good enough.
Under Article 82 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR), you have a right to compensation for non-material damage.
This means that regardless of direct losses, you are entitled to compensation for the inconvenience, distress, and annoyance associated with the data leak.
If you are a BA customer and suspect your sensitive data was leaked in 2018, you have until the end of November 2020 to submit your claim for compensation and justice.
It takes under a minute to see if you can claim.
To claim, you must have received an email from BA notifying you that you were a victim.
Search your inbox for an email from BA notifying you of your data being stolen. The subject line may have started with
‘Criminal Theft of Customer Data, more information.’
It’s likely that you received the email in 2018. Look back through your email account, checking your junk or spam folders, to see if BA sent you this email.
If you booked or amended a flight with BA between July and September 2018, you are likely to be eligible to claim.
We are a respected global litigation firm, passionate about protecting your personal data against corporate wrongdoing.
We exist to give you a voice, representing thousands of victims of BA’s data breach, and holding BA to account.
Our firm combines the UK’s leading solicitors and barristers with the financial resources and expertise of American class action lawyers.
In the USA, our sister firm has already won over $1billion in compensation for customers in similar cases.
By joining PGMBM’s group action with thousands of other affected BA customers, you have the best chance of ensuring you receive the highest compensation possible.
We’re doing everything to make the process as simple as possible for you.
There has been a significant amount of interest in the claim and you now have until November 2020 to submit your claim. It takes under a minute – get started now.
Your data is important. Let's make sure corporates treat it that way.
You could receive up to £2,000 if you are eligible.
It simply takes under a minute to check if you can claim.
We’ve made the process as simple as possible – it takes under a minute.
All you have to do is submit your details and answer a couple of eligibility questions, and we’ll do the rest.
You will be asked to share your name, email address, postal address, and phone number to join the claim.
You may also be asked to share the email you received from BA and/or your BA booking number to check your eligibility.
If you received an email from BA about the breach, you are eligible.
If you cannot find the email but remember receiving it, we can check your eligibility using other means – submit your claim anyway and we’ll do the rest.
If you did not receive the email, you’re lucky enough for your personal data not to have been part of the breach.
There is no risk, no signup costs attached, and your data is kept confidential at all times.
Our lawyers are committed to winning your claim as quickly as possible.
In the event that we reach a settlement, you could receive your compensation within the next six months.
We will keep you informed with regular case updates.
The claim will be processed as a group action, meaning that we run all of our clients’ cases under one ‘umbrella’.
This makes it easier to move all the cases forward together.
Your claim will be brought to court under the Data Protection Act 2018.
This act incorporates GDPR regulations and we will be expressing BA’s misuse of private information and a breach of confidence.
You will never have to pay in the highly unlikely event that we don’t win the claim.
As this is a no-win no-fee case, we bear the cost of insurance to cover any unexpected court and legal fees.
We are acting on a no-win no-fee basis. We do not charge you up-front for our time.
Once the claim has been won, we take a percentage of your winnings to cover our time, funding, insurance, and court fees.
If you submitted your claim before 6 April 2019 you are entitled to 100% of your winnings; we will not deduct a penny.
If you signed up after this date, we take a 35% cut to cover our costs.