Website Privacy Policy

  1. This Website’s Privacy Policy

1.1 Dallas McMillan, (the ‘Firm’) is committed to protecting your personal information and other data provided to the Firm via this site ("Website"). Please read this Privacy Policy carefully as it contains important information about the use of any information you provide to the Firm via this Website. This Privacy Policy explains what information the Firm collects about you, and how the Firm collects and uses your information, including setting out the circumstances where the Firm could provide it to third parties. We respect your privacy and will not pass on your details to any third party unless required to do so by law, or with your express written permission.

1.2 Because of the nature of the Firm’s business, Dallas McMillan’s services are not designed to appeal to, or be applicable to persons under the age of 16. Therefore, the Firm does not knowingly attempt to solicit or receive any information from minors.

  1. What information does the Firm collect and what does it do with it

2.1 To take advantage of some of the services offered via this Website you may be required to interact with the Website. The Firm and any third parties who hosts or maintains this Website may need to collect information about you and your computer to enable you to do so. This will include your Internet Protocol (IP) address. The information will be collected when you choose to use one of the services available via the Website. See Website Usage and Cookies.

2.2 The Firm may use the information which it collects to personalise your experience on the Website, to help you to log-in in future, to continue to use the Website, and to help the Firm select services or materials for inclusion on the Website. By inputting your details within the ‘Contact Us or ‘Contact our Lawyers’ section of the website or by entering your details within any of the claims enquiry forms on the Personal Injury Section of the Website, you give your express consent for the Firm to contact you by letter, telephone or e-mail. To exercise your right to "opt out" of this service you should contact the Data Protection Oficer to have your name removed.

2.3 The Firm or third parties hosting servers on Firm's behalf may also monitor traffic patterns and usage of the Website to help it to improve the Website design and lay-out.

2.4 Please note that the Firm is not responsible for what any third party content provider or other third party offering goods and services via Websites linked to this Website may propose to do with information about you. So please ensure you read their terms and conditions carefully.

  1. Your Consent in Using this Website

 3.1 You acknowledge and agree that:

3.1.1 In the course of using this Website and any services offered via this Website, certain information about you will be captured electronically (including sensitive personal data where required, but this will be subject to you giving your explicit consent in such cases) or otherwise and transmitted to the Firm or and, potentially, to any third parties as set out above, or to third parties who host the Firm's web servers or assist the Firm in maintaining this Website.

3.1.2 The Firm will not send your information outside of the European Economic Area for processing or use in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

3.2 By using this Website, you expressly agree to the collection and use of your information for  the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy.

  1. What are 'Cookies' and how do we use them?

4.1 A cookie is a piece of information that is stored on your computer's hard drive by your Web browser. On visiting the Website, your computer server will use the cookie to guarantee a secure connection. Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but usually you can alter the settings of your browser to prevent automatic acceptance. If you choose not to receive cookies, you may not be able to use certain features of this Website.

4.2 The Firm may conduct analyses of user traffic. These analyses will be performed through the use of IP addresses and cookies which are required to ensure a secure server connection. The Firm does not use cookies to store any personal data or browsing habits.

4.3 Third parties such as advertising agencies and content providers may use cookies on this Website to collect personal information about you. The Firm recommends that you read the privacy statement of any third party before using their Website. The Firm is not responsible for the use of such cookies or any other ways in which your personal data may be collected or used by such third parties.

  1. Website General

This Website contains links to other Websites. Please be aware that The Firm cannot be held responsible for the privacy policies of such other sites. The Firm encourages its users to be aware when they leave the Website and to read the privacy statements of each and every Website that collects personally identifiable information. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by this Website.