The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) is committed to safeguarding privacy of visitors to its website and social media outlets while providing the highest possible quality of service. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
You can check the information that we hold about you by contacting APIL. If you find any inaccuracies we will delete or correct them promptly. If you have any requests concerning your personal information or any queries about this policy please contact email@example.com.
This page explains how APIL uses any information you provide on the APIL website and the ways in which we protect your privacy.
We collect information you supply to us through enquiry or registration forms, the ‘contact us’ form, course and conference booking enquiries and registrations, every time you e-mail us and information posted on the APIL discussion forums, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter accounts and pages.
We also collect information automatically about your visit to our site. The information obtained in this way includes demographic data and browsing patterns.
This information is used to:
- Construct marketing profiles;
- Aid strategic development;
- Audit usage of the site;
- Identify potential changes to the layout of our website and social media pages and the information they contain.
Use of personal information
We process personal information for the purposes of:
- Providing the best possible service;
- Processing any orders or bookings you have made;
- Conducting market research surveys;
- Running competitions;
- Providing you with information about products and services we offer;
- Providing you with any information or materials you have requested;
- Putting you in touch with APIL members at your request.
If you join any of APIL’s regional or special interest groups, your personal contact information will be shared with the co-ordinator and secretary of that group for the purpose of keeping you up to date with activities which may be of interest to you.
If you would like to be kept up to date with special offers and information from APIL by email, please tick the appropriate box on your membership application / renewal registration form.
If you do not wish to receive ANY information, news or offers from the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to APIL, 3 Alder Court, Rennie Hogg Road, Nottingham NG2 1RX.
We use ‘session cookies’ on our website, which store some of your preferences while you move around the site. Cookies are pieces of data created when you visit our website. You can set your computer so that it does not accept cookies.
If you visit the APIL website and do not log in to the private areas, then the session cookies are deleted when you leave the site. They do not contain any personal information about you and do not hold any information about which sites you have visited before APIL’s website.
If you visit the APIL website and log in to the members’ discussion forums, the session cookies are deleted when the session ends: currently a one month session period. This enables you to return the discussion forums without the need to log in on each visit. These cookies contain details of your name, membership number and email address.
Details of the cookies which we use on the APIL website are listed at the end of this page.
How can I manage cookies?
For more information about how to manage cookies please visit www.aboutcookies.org.
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What cookies does the APIL website use?
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Revision date: 14 February 2017