Paul Finn Solicitors understands your right to privacy and is committed to protecting it. We have designed our website so that you can visit it without identifying yourself or revealing any personal information if you wish.
On our site, you can request information, apply for jobs, subscribe to marketing or support materials or register yourself. The types of personal information you provide us with on these pages may include name, address, telephone, email address, user Ids, passwords and contact preferences.
We use your information to communicate with you, to update you on services and benefits, to better understand who uses our site and the pages they access so as to be able to improve the site and to help us understand your needs and interests and provide you with a better service.
Occasionally, we may also use your information to contact you for market research regarding our services. We will give you the opportunity to opt-out of this.
We will not disclose your personal data to other organisations, unless required for the provision of our services or required by the law. Sometimes we may need to give information to our agents and subcontractors for the purpose of providing legal services. In these circumstances we always ensure that the information is safe and secure.
You agree that if we transfer ownership or management of the site to a third party or if Paul Finn Solicitors merges with another firm we may also transfer your data to such third party or the new entity, provided such third party or new entity agrees to observe this policy.
Parts of our site contain link to third party websites and we are not responsible for any site you choose to visit in this way. Our site does not have a secure transmission method. Thus it is possible that the information can be intercepted, lost, redirected, changed and read by other people. However, Paul Finn Solicitors values your trust and is committed to protecting the information you provide. To prevent unauthorised access, maintain accuracy and ensure proper use of information, we have employed physical, electronic and managerial processes to safeguard the information we collect on-line.
All our employees and data processors that have access to, and are associated with the processing of personal data, are obliged to respect the confidentiality of our visitors’ personal data.
We have systems that protect our clients and ourselves against fraud and other crime. We may use your personal information to prevent crime and trace those responsible. We may check your details with fraud prevention agencies. If you give us false or misleading information and we suspect fraud, we will record this. We and other organisations may use and search these records to help us trace debtors, recover debt, prevent fraud and to manage your accounts, or check your identity to prevent money laundering, unless you provide us with other satisfactory proof of identity.
When you email us please remember that the content of your email is insecure and could be intercepted. Accordingly, please keep the amount of confidential information to a minimum and we will do the same when we reply.
Under the Data Protection Act, we have to provide you with a readable copy of the personal data, which we keep about you, within 40 days of receiving your written request. The Act allows us to charge a fee of £10 for this service. Evidence or proof of your identity (for example, a passport or driver’s license and current utility bill) will be required.