Examples of “personally identifiable information” that masstortcounsel.com gathers but does not keep track of include your email address, IP address, and message content. When we need your personally identifiable information to complete an intended transaction or provide you with a specific service, you will be requested to voluntarily provide it to us. We may need information from you, such as your name, address, phone number, and email address, in order to complete your submission. You also have the option to disclose details about your identity, demographics (including your state of residence and country of origin), operating system, browser, Internet service provider (“ISP”), connection type, and email client. Additionally,
masstortcounsel.com automatically collects and records information from your browser, such as your IP address and the page you requested, in our server logs. Your email address or masstortcounsel.com are not connected to your IP address. When requesting a Web page from another computer on the Internet, your Web browser or email client automatically specifies the address to which the necessary information should be sent. This is your computer’s “IP address.” IP stands for (“Internet protocol”). If you’re like most people who use a dial-up ISP to access the Internet, the IP address may change each time you log in. Your IP address is gathered by masstortcounsel.com each time you access a Web page from the Site. Your email address or any other form of personally identifiable data is not connected to your IP address.
You must provide us with personally identifiable information in order to utilise some features of this website, and we may also ask for it elsewhere. The names and contact information of people who visit our website will be added to our database so that we may, for example, contact them in the future regarding masstortcounsel.com services or potential opportunities. This contact may be made by email, phone, or letter, as masstortcounsel.com deems appropriate.
The server keeps track of which pages on a website are accessed and how long visitors stay on each page. masstortcounsel.com is able to identify visitors’ methods of entry, whether they came via a search engine or a specific advertising banner.
We establish physical, technical, and procedural safeguards in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations to protect against risks like loss, exploitation, and misuse of your personal financial information. This group of safety measures includes access controls, locked buildings and data, and computer security. masstortcounsel.com will use all reasonable efforts to preserve the database’s integrity and ensure that the necessary legal notice is sent in the event of a system compromise.
When a Web page on the website is accessed, the date, time, and request are recorded on our servers along with additional information like the IP address of the computer making the request.
For debugging and troubleshooting, log files are used. Your IP address or access times are not associated with your email address or any other type of personally identifiable information.
A cookie is a little amount of data that is sent from a website’s servers to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive. An individual identification is typically present in cookies. A cookie cannot access your hard drive, spread malware, or destroy data. Each website may send its own cookie to your browser if the settings on your browser allow it. In order to protect your privacy, your browser normally only permits websites to view the cookies that they have already sent to you. In most cases, your browser is unable to access the cookies of other websites.
If you ask masstortcounselfor specific services, we might try to store cookies on your computer and access those cookies later. In most cases, you can turn off cookies in your browser’s settings. Cookies are not required in order to use the Masstortcounsel service.
In most cases, you may set your browser to warn you each time a cookie is set, accept all cookies, or reject all cookies. Consult the “Help” menu to learn how to change your cookie preferences because every browser is different. Even if you reject all cookies, you can still utilise the services provided by masstortcounsel. Cookies are only used if you agree to allow us to get your email address from the cookie we sent to your computer.
masstortcounsel.com uses Google Analytics to analyse its audience and improve its content. Google Analytics does not collect any private information.
All information pertaining to a Masstortcounsel account, such as user names, contact details (such as email and postal addresses), and email content, is saved on many redundant disc storage systems. There are no portable offline copies or backups produced. If you want us to delete your email address or any other personally identifiable information, your information will be removed from our user registration database and deleted in 30 days.
As you read the information above, please keep in mind that Masstortcounsel is not responsible for any activities or inactions by third parties, including other website users, or for how they utilise the information they have gotten from Masstortcounsel or independently.
Masstortcounsel will not share, sell, rent, or otherwise reveal your email address, name, mailing address, or any other information you enter, with the exception of what is indicated in the legal disclaimer below.
We reserve the right to disclose your personally identifiable information as needed to comply with the law, applicable regulations, governmental and quasi-governmental requests, judicial proceedings, court orders or subpoenas, enforce our Legal Notices or other agreements, or to protect our rights, property, or safety, or the rights, property, or safety of our users or others (e.g., to a consumer reporting agency for fraud protection, etc.).
The data collected is only employed to improve the standard of Masstortcounsel. Information you give to Masstortcounsel.com might in some cases be shared with or sold to a third-party service provider. Masstortcounsel will not share or sell the visitor’s information to any third parties without the visitor’s consent.
To the extent that you voluntarily provide us with Personal Information, we implement security measures that are compatible with applicable federal and state standards to protect it against unauthorised access and use. These measures may include device security, guarded files and buildings, and control of our third-party service providers to ensure that information is kept private and safe.
If Masstortcounsel.com goes through a corporate transition, such as a merger, acquisition by another firm, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, your personally identifiable information might be one of the assets transferred. This is particularly valid if you voluntarily shared the information. Your personal information will be used in accordance with the terms of this policy unless we notify you otherwise through email or a clearly visible notice on our website. Additionally, you will be able to exercise any legal rights you may have in connection to your personal data.
On our website or when they access our users through it, spam and spyware are prohibited.If you think you got spam or spyware after using Masstortcounsel.com, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You are not permitted to use our website to send spam or spyware to a third party.
We advise parents and guardians to spend time online with their children and get to know the websites they frequent very well. We are conscious of the importance of protecting privacy when children are involved. We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information online from anybody under the age of 13 on purpose.If a child under the age of 13 has provided us with personally identifying information online, we ask that a parent or guardian contact us at email@example.com or by dialling (888) 202-1350. Visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website to learn more about the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
By filling out and submitting the form on our website, you grant us or one of our affiliates or partners permission to contact you.We understand that the scope of this licence extends to all pertinent goods and services, not simply those associated with the pharmaceuticals and medical devices that we may later promote and advertise.
Masstortcounsel will keep your information on file for as long as your account is open and active or as long as it’s required to provide you with services. If you’d want us to cease sending you updates about new products or services using your information, please get in touch with us. Furthermore, we will retain and use your information as required to address issues, uphold agreements, and fulfil other legal and regulatory obligations.
If your personally identifiable information changes or if you decide you no longer want our service, you can update or alter your information with us, have it deleted from our database lists or production directories, or both. Simply send us an email or a letter.Simply send us an email or a letter. We will respond to your request for access within thirty (30) calendar days.
We will ask for your permission before publishing any testimonial you submit to us online or in any other way making it accessible to the public. Your name will be posted exactly as it appears in your testimonial. Please be aware that any personally identifiable information you choose to submit for publishing in a testimonial may be seen, collected, or otherwise used by visitors to the site and may be used to get in touch with you in the future. Any personally identifying information you decide to provide in any testimonial is at your own risk; we assume no responsibility for it.If at any time you wish to remove your testimony, kindly contact us by email or conventional mail.
To contact us via email, please use firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your emails to us are not encrypted by us.
Californians Have Been Alerted
Residents of California are entitled to request a list of all third parties to whom this website disclosed particular information in the year prior for the third party’s direct marketing purposes. If you live in California and would like access to such a list, e-mail email@example.com.Every request must contain the words “California Shine the Light Privacy Request” along with your name, street address, city, state, and zip code. Please be advised that we are not responsible for requests that are sent incompletely, incorrectly classified, or otherwise mishandled.
We won’t share any personal information about you with other businesses unless it is expressly banned by applicable Vermont law or unless your prior consent to share is required by said law. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you reside in Vermont and would prefer not to have your personal information shared with any third party for marketing purposes in order for us to comply with the Vermont Consumer Protection Act.
Some of the websites we occasionally include may or may not be mentioned in this privacy statement. Please be aware that this policy only applies to data collected through this website and does not apply to websites run by other companies or organisations to which we link. Additionally, Masstortcounsel.com only gathers data online or offline, thus this policy only applies to that data.