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Nothing on this website is legal advice or instruction of any kind. Nor is anything on this website intended to be considered legal advice or instruction of any kind.
No legal obligations or lawyer-client relationship with this firm or any of its lawyers arises or exists simply from your use of this website or from your sending us an email or text or any other form of communication.
Any information viewed on this website must in all cases be verified independently by a lawyer from this firm that you have hired or by independent legal advice from other sources that you have obtained. Retaining a lawyer from this firm can only be accomplished by signing a personal contact with a lawyer from this firm.
This contract would be a formal agreement signed by you and accepted by Impact Law Personal Injury Lawyers in writing. Unless you are already an existing client, information provided to us in an email or in any other form of communication may not be considered confidential.
You should not send information to us by email or in any other form of communication without prior written agreement from this firm. The presentation of information on this website does not establish any form of lawyer-client relationship with Impact Law Personal Injury Lawyerss LLP nor with any of its lawyers or agents. The information on this website is public information. It is not particularized to your circumstances. It is not legal advice.
You should neither rely on nor take any action based upon the information on this website. Professional legal advice should be obtained before making a decision about a legal matter. While we strive to ensure accuracy on our website, it is nonetheless possible that there are errors or omissions on our website. We fully disclaim any and all liability for any such errors or omissions.
As an Ontario Law firm we recognize the importance of privacy and the sensitivity of personal information. As legal advisers we have an obligation to use reasonable efforts to keep confidential all information we receive within an advisor -client relationship.
From January 1, 2004, all businesses engaged in commercial activities in Ontario must comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (the “Act”) and the Canadian Standards Association Model Code for the Protection of Personal Information, which it incorporates. These obligations extend to lawyers including myself. The Act gives you rights concerning the privacy of your personal information.
We are responsible for the personal information we collect and hold. To ensure this accountability, we have developed this policy, and trained our licensed legal representatives and support staff about our policies and practices.
We provide legal services to a wide range of clients. If we did not collect and use your personal information we could not provide you with our services.
We use your personal information for internal purposes. We do not share this information outside our law firm except with our approved agents, who help us to provide the service(s) you have requested. All of our approved agents are required to provide a level of privacy protection comparable to that provided in this policy and are not permitted to use your information for any other purpose, such as to market to you. We do not sell, rent or trade in personal information
“Personal information” is any information that identifies you, or by which your identity could be deduced. For example we may collect the names, postal addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, age, credit card numbers, driver’s licence numbers, offence related information and driving record histories of our clients. Please note that “personal information” does not include information that does not allow an individual to be identified, information about your visit to our websites which is not linked to you, information about your computer’s operating system and web browser software (this technical information is verified to ensure that our websites are optimized to serve our customers) or, the name, title or business address or phone telephone number of an employee of an organization.
We collect information only by lawful and fair means and not in an unreasonably intrusive way. Wherever possible we collect your personal information in an active fashion directly from you, at the start of a retainer and in the course of our representation.
Sometimes we may obtain information about you from other sources with your permission for example:
- from a government agency or registry;
- your employer, if we are acting for you, at your request;
- your lawyer or other professional advisor;
- passively by recording data on the history of your acquisition of services from us.
In most cases, we shall ask you to specifically consent, if we collect, use, or disclose your personal information. Normally, we ask for your consent in writing, but in some circumstances, we may accept your oral consent.
Under certain circumstances, we will disclose your personal information:
- when we are required or authorized by law to do so, for example if a court issues a subpoena;
- when you have consented to the disclosure;
- when the services we are providing to you requires us give your information to third parties your consent will be implied, unless you tell us otherwise;
- where it is necessary to establish or collect fees;
- if we engage expert witnesses on your behalf;
- if we retain other advisors in other jurisdictions, on your behalf;
- if the information is already publicly known.
Critical illness claims are subject to time limits and deadlines.
It’s important that you retain a lawyer as soon as possible to avoid the expiration of any benefits, and to maximize your chances of success.
At Impact Law we get you the maximum critical illness benefits that you are entitled to.
We offer a no obligation consultation with one of our Critical Illness Insurance lawyers who can explain the process and how we can help you.
You are welcome to come to our office or we can meet you at your home or a location convenient to you.
Call Impact law, your critical illness insurance lawyers at 905.597.4878 or toll free 1-877-576-5772 24 Hours.
Since we use your personal information to provide services to you, it is important that the information be accurate and up-to-date.
We take all reasonable precautions to ensure that your personal information is kept safe from loss, unauthorized access, modification or disclosure. Among the steps taken to protect your information are:
- premises security;
- restricted file access to personal information to only those with a need to know;
- deploying technological safeguards like security software and firewalls to prevent hacking or unauthorized computer access;
- internal password and security policies;
- secure disposal of personal information no longer needed; and
- screening and training of personnel.
Impact Law Personal Injury Lawyers cannot, however, guarantee that loss, misuse or unauthorized use will never occur (e.g. that someone will overcome our security measures). If you receive any electronic communication which purports to be from myself that you have any questions or concerns about, please contact us. Spam, improper use, and pirating of domain names and email addresses is a growing problem, so we appreciate hearing about incidents in order that we may investigate them and provide you the best customer service.
If you have any questions, complaints or wish to access your personal information, please write to our Chief Privacy Officer, us at:
Impact Law Personal Injury Lawyers
Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Lawyers
7368 Yonge Street
If you are not satisfied with our response, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada can be reached at:
112 Kent Street,
Ottawa Ontario, K1A 1H3
On our website, like most other commercial websites, we may monitor traffic patterns, site usage and related site information in order to optimize our web service. We may provide aggregated information to third parties, but these statistics do not include any identifiable personal information.
When you interact with our websites, we may use a browser feature, known as a “cookie” (which is a small computer file), to verify non-identifiable information about visitors to our websites and measure visitor traffic patterns. We do this to maintain the best possible websites. When you first visit our websites, the website manager may have implemented a program that creates a small computer file stored on your computer’s hard drive. We ensure that the minimum information required is placed in the cookie only so that we can recognize returning website visitors. The cookie does not contain personal information and we will not combine information in the cookie with personal information that would enable us to identify you individually. On subsequent visits to the website, our server communicates with your computer, reads the cookie, recognizes and confirms that you are a returning visitor. Our server uses this information to provide you with a “short cut” that facilitates the quickest, most efficient and best possible website experience.
Most browser software allows you to delete cookies. You should consult your ISP for information on how to delete cookies. This may interfere with our ability to personalize your experience at our websites and be recognized, or may slow down performance.