Privacy Policy

What is our policy?

It is our policy to protect your personal privacy is upheld in accordance with all legislation and best practice measures.

How do we protect your privacy?

There are a number of web forms to record your personal information on our site for the purpose of establishing the facts of your possible case. This information may only be out to use by a trained solicitor, at your request, to provide you with the best legal advice available. You will only be contacted by us following a request by you.

Why do we protect your privacy?

We protect your privacy by not keeping a record of the information we receive. There is no central database of user information and we do not share any private or personal details with any third party marketing companies. Cookies are not used on our site. We do make use of some Site Statistics Packages to ensure our web sites operate at the optimum performance levels possible.

What are cookies?

Cookies are a digital copy of your browsing history. Some websites add cookies to your browser when you visit their sites. They are then given information on your browsing habits which they may use for advertising and browsing purposes. Cookies can be disabled in your Internet Browser settings.

Can I get of copy of any information stored about me?

As stated in the legislation laid down by the Data Protection Act 1998, you are entitled to a copy of all of the information that we are storing about you. If you would like a copy of this please submit a request to us in writing or via e-mail.