Privacy Policy

Our service provision complies with the Data Protection Act of 1998 and all its subsequent related legislation. This Privacy Policy shall explain how information is used when visitors use our website. When users of our website offer any information pertaining to a potential claim, we treat that with utmost confidentiality and the same is applicable to all those people who subscribe regularly to the updates we send by email to them.

By entering our website and providing information to us, you are giving your consent to our usage of that particular information, in total accordance with this Privacy Policy.

Personal Information

You can provide your personal information through our claim forms or by email when you subscribe to our mailing lists. You may be keen on finding out about events and news through our updates. Your personal details will be retained by us and then used in accordance with your particular request so that we feed you with information concerning legal developments, events and news.

Electronic Information

Partial information about users of our website will be collected automatically. Such information is used to analyse and monitor how our website is being used by our visitors. This process does not identify any particular individual person who may be using our website. We do not collect any electronic information through cookies.

Third Party Disclosure

Personal information will only be disclosed to suppliers who are in the business of processing information only on our behalf or it may be used by various other organisations with which we may be organising events like legal seminars. Any information on your claims will not be disclosed without your prior consent unless it is required legally to be shared.

Accessing Information

You have full right to access information that is held about you by us. You can make a request for access so that you may update or modify that information. You may also put forth any queries about our policy concerning that information.

Security

Personal and confidential information is always transmitted over secure links. We use a 128-bit encryption. Security measures will involve use of systems that detect intrusion since Internet is a fully secured medium. Although, we protect and secure your information that is collected and processed by us, we may not be able to ensure the security of data that gets transmitted from or to our website through the web. The transmission of information that is being done is at your own risk. When you are given confidential information in the nature of a user identification tag or a password, it is your responsibility not to disclose this information to any third party.

Governing Legislation’s

When you use this website, your action will be governed by laws pertaining to your region. When you access our website, you give your consent that any dispute about usage will be determined by the Courts of your region. This Privacy Policy does not authorise or create any legal or other contractual rights. This Policy may get changed at any time and this specific page will then be updated. It is recommended that you check this page on a regular basis. Your continued use of this website subsequent to posting of any changes to this Policy will indicate your acceptance of those changes.

Privacy concerning the Medical Negligence Claims Process

Regardless of the nature of your medical negligence claim, you have the right to file a written complaint about the treatment that you have received, either at HS or privately. This information will not be disclosed to any third party. We will advise you on how to go about with the claims process.  Before we start processing your claim, we will explain all details concerning the claim to you and answer all your queries. We want to be transparent with all our clients. You can be assured that your medical records and details about your claim will not be disclosed to anyone.