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If you send us an e-mail or give us your e-mail address when making an enquiry, we will retain your e-mail address. However, we do not share our e-mail lists.
This section explains how we will process your personal information when you make a claim for compensation or you instruct us in relations to any other business.
We will collect and maintain personal information in order to enable us to act on your behalf. All personal information is treated with the utmost confidentiality and with appropriate levels of security. We will not keep your information longer than is necessary.
The personal information that you supply may be used by us and our representatives for the purposes of claims administration, crime prevention, management information, staff training, providing financial services and guidance. Your personal information may be disclosed to third parties, including, but not limited to insurers, law enforcement bodies, government departments, local authorities, investigators and other public or private bodies, where we are authorised to do so by you or permitted by law to do so. This includes disclosures to third-party-managed databases of insurance claims used to help prevent fraud and to regulatory bodies for the purposes of monitoring and/or enforcing our compliance with any regulatory rules/codes.
Your personal information may be transferred to any country, including countries outside the European Economic Area where the transfer is necessary for the purposes of establishing, exercising or defending legal rights, obtaining legal advice, or in connection with any legal Proceedings in connection with your claim. You have the right to ask for a copy of any information we hold on you and to require a correction of any incorrect information held. Any inaccurate or misleading data will be corrected as soon as possible.
The above principles apply whether we hold your information on paper or electronic form.
Enquiries in relation to data held by Sheldon Davidson Solicitors should be sent to Phil Comerford, Sheldon Davidson Solicitors, 219 Bury New Road, Whitefield, Manchester M45 8GW.