Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The information in the Privacy Policy below explains how works specifically, how you can or should use it, how we gather user information, and how that data is managed and secured. cares about protecting your privacy and is dedicated to doing so. We only use your information in the ways that are outlined here. By using this website, you agree to this Policy and give us permission to use and disclose any information we have about you in the ways that are set out in this Policy.

Information Collection and Use

Your email address, IP address, and message content are just a few examples of the “personally identifiable information” that collects but does not monitor. You will be asked to voluntarily give us with the personally identifiable information we require when we need it to carry out a desired transaction or deliver a specific service to you. In order to process your submission, we might need information from you including your name, address, phone number, and email address. Additionally, you have the choice to provide information about your identity, demographics (such as your state of residence and your country of origin), operating system, browser, Internet service provider (“ISP”), connection type, and email client. Additionally, automatically gathers and saves data on our server logs from your browser, including your IP Address and the page you requested. Your IP address is not linked to your email address or Your Web browser or email client automatically provides the address to which the required information should be transmitted to another computer on the Internet when it requests a Web page from that machine. The “IP address” of your computer is this. (“Internet protocol” is what IP stands for.) The IP address may change each time you log in if you’re like the majority of people using a dial-up ISP to access the Internet. Every time you access a Web page from the Site, collects your IP address. Your email address or any other form of personally identifiable data is not connected to your IP address.

Your IP address may be used for various purposes, including:

  • To identify service or technological issues you’ve reported that are connected to your IP address
  • to calculate the overall number of people accessing the Site from different cities, nations, or geographic areas

You must submit personally identifiable information to us in order to use certain parts of this website, and we may ask for this information in other places as well. In order to, for example, contact them in the future about services or potential possibilities, the names and contact information of people who visit our website will be added to our database. As sees fit, this contact may take the form of email, phone calls, or letters. uses your email address for the following purposes:

  • Contacting you regarding the services of or the website
  • To let you know when an email from arrives
  • To get in touch with you about issues or malfunctions you report

The server logs information about which website pages are visited and how long visitors spend on each page. No matter whether a visitor arrived at the website via a search engine or a specific advertising banner, can tell how they got there.

In accordance with applicable state and federal standards, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to guard against risks like loss, exploitation, and misuse of your personal financial information. Computer security, locked buildings and data, and access controls all fall under this category of precautions. In the case of a system compromise, will take all practical steps to maintain the database’s integrity and guarantee that the required legal notice is given.

Data Logs

When a Web page on the website is accessed, the date, time, and request, together with other details like the IP address of the computer making the request, are logged on our servers.

Log files are used for debugging and troubleshooting. Your email address or any other kind of personally identifiable information is not connected to your IP address or access times.


A cookie is a little bit of data that is transmitted to your browser from a website’s servers and then saved on the hard disc of your computer. Cookies frequently contain a unique identifier. A cookie cannot spread viruses, delete data, or access information from your hard drive. If your browser’s settings permit it, each website may send its own cookie to your browser. Your browser typically only allows websites to access the cookies that they have already sent to you, protecting your privacy. Other websites’ cookies cannot typically be accessed through your browser.

Helpforlegalcases may try to store cookies on your computer and then access those cookies if you ask us for specific services. Normally, you can disable cookies in your browser’s options. The Helpforlegalcases service can be used without allowing cookies.

Options for Cookies

Typically, you can arrange your browser to notify you whenever a cookie is set, accept all cookies, or reject all cookies. (Since each browser is unique, consult the “Help” menu to find out how to modify your cookie choices.) You can still utilise Helpforlegalcases services if you refuse all cookies. Cookies are only used if you choose to give us permission to get your email address from the cookie we delivered to your machine.

Google Analytics is used by to examine its audience and enhance its content. Google Analytics does not gather any personal data.

Data storage and user data

All Helpforlegalcases account details, including as users’ identities, contact information (such as email addresses and postal addresses), and email content, are kept on numerous redundant disc storage systems. Backups or portable offline copies are not created. Your information will be deleted and eliminated from our user registration database in 30 days if you ask us to delete your email address or any other personally identifiable data.

Please bear in mind as you read the information above that Helpforlegalcases is not liable for any acts or inactions taken by other parties, including other website users, or how they may utilise the information they have obtained from Helpforlegalcases or independently.

Sharing and Disclosure of Information

Except as stated in the legal disclaimer below, Helpforlegalcases will not share, sell, rent, or otherwise disclose your email address, name, mailing address, or any other information you submit.

A Legal Disclaimer

To the extent necessary 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, or to protect the property or safety of our users or others (e.g., to a consumer reporting agency for fraud protection etc.), we reserve the right to disclose your personally identifiable information.

The information gathered is only used to raise the calibre of Helpforlegalcases. In certain circumstances, information provided to may be shared with or sold to a third-party service provider. Without the visitor’s permission, Helpforlegalcases will not divulge or sell the information provided to us to any third party.

Please check our Disclaimer page for additional details.

We use security measures that are compliant with relevant federal and state regulations to guard Personal Information (to the extent that you freely supply it) from unauthorised access and use. To guarantee that information is kept private and secure, these steps could include device security, guarded files and buildings, and oversight of our third-party service providers.

Sales of Assets and Changes in Ownership

Your personally identifiable information may be among the assets transferred if goes through a business transition, such as a merger, acquisition by another company, or sale of all or a portion of its assets. This is especially true if you willingly gave the information. If there is a change in ownership or uses of your personal information, you will receive notice through email and/or a conspicuous notice on our website. You will also have the option to exercise any of your legal rights in relation to your personal data.

Spyware, spam

Spam and spyware are not permitted on our website or when they access our users through it. Please notify us of the problem by sending an email to if you believe you received spam or spyware as a result of using You are not allowed to send spam or spyware to a third party via our website.

Defending Kids’ Online Privacy

We urge parents and guardians to spend time online with their kids and become quite familiar with the websites their kids visit. We are aware of how crucial privacy protection is when kids are involved. Children under the age of 13 are not intentionally targeted for online collection of personally identifiable information by us. We ask that a parent or guardian get in touch with us at or by calling (888) 202-1350 if a child under the age of 13 has given us personally identifying information online. Find out more about the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act by visiting the website of the Federal Trade Commission (COPPA).

Before you submit or post any Personal Information, use any website features, or if you are between the ages of 13 and 18, please read this Privacy Policy with your parent and get their approval.

Calling You

You authorise us or one of our affiliates or partners to contact you by completing and submitting the form on our website. We view this licence as covering all applicable goods and services, not just those connected to drugs and medical devices, which we may later promote and advertise.

Eliminating Your Data

As long as your account is open and active or as long as it’s necessary to offer you services, Helpforlegalcaseswill keep your information on file. Please get in touch with us if you’d like us to stop using your information to send you services or updates about new items. Additionally, we will keep and utilise your information as needed to respond to disputes, enforce agreements, and other legal and regulatory requirements.

You can update or modify your information with us, have it removed from our database lists or production directories, or both if your personally identifiable information changes or if you decide you no longer want our service. Simply email us or send a letter to us. Within 30 calendar days of receiving your request for access, we will respond.


If you provide a testimonial to us, we will first obtain your consent before posting it online or otherwise making it available to the public. Your name as it appears in your testimonial will be posted. Please be advised that any personally identifiable information you provide for posting in a testimonial may be viewed, collected, or utilised by site visitors and may be used to contact you in the future. We disclaim all liability for any personally identifying information that you choose to offer in any testimonial. Please get in touch with us by email or regular mail if you ever decide to take your testimonial down.

Making a call to helpforlegalcases

There are various ways you can get in touch with us if you have any queries, worries, or recommendations regarding or our Privacy Policy. One can:

Emails should be sent to
We do not encrypt any email messages you send to us.
Californians Are Notified

California residents have the right to seek a list of every third party to whom this website revealed specific information in the year prior for that third party’s direct marketing purposes. Please email us at if you live in California and would like access to such a list.

You must include your name, street address, city, state, and zip code in the body of every request, along with the phrase “California Shine the Light Privacy Request.” Please be aware that we cannot be held liable for requests that are incomplete, improperly categorised, or sent.

Residents of Vermont Please Read

To the extent prohibited by relevant Vermont law or to the extent your prior agreement to share is required by applicable Vermont law, we will not disclose any personal information about you with other companies. If you’re a Vermont resident and would like to opt out of having your personal information shared with any third party for marketing reasons, please get in touch with us at so that we can comply with the Vermont Consumer Protection Act.

Revisions to the Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy may be updated or modified from time to time by We will notify you here if there are significant changes to this Privacy Policy or how will utilise your personal information. This policy is subject to modification at any time, with notice. Every time you use our website, please review the policy to make sure you are aware of any updates to our privacy practises. The date when our privacy policy was amended will be noted. You will be deemed to have accepted the changes to our Privacy Policy if you continue to use our website. Please stop using our website if you disagree with the changes to how your information will be used. You agree to the Privacy Policy by using this website. Do not read or use if you do not concur with our policy. You give us permission to share your information with our business partners, affiliates, or associates so they can get in touch with you by phone, email, or mail when you seek rate quotes or other information through Please let the partner know if you do not want to hear from them again.

We occasionally add new websites, some of which may or may not be featured in this privacy statement. Please be aware that the websites operated by otmaher businesses or organisations to which we link do not fall under the scope of this policy, which solely pertains to information gathered through this website. Additionally, this policy solely applies to data that collects online or offline.


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