Privacy Policy

Beaumont Legal Privacy Policy

This policy explains how Beaumont Legal uses information provided to us through this website as well as other communications channels which may change over time.

Beaumont Legal is committed to protecting your privacy in everything we do. This privacy policy has been produced in line with the Data Protection Act 1998 and applies to how we use and store personal data.

Throughout our work with you we may collect information supplied via this website or via other mediums such as e-mail and telephone. This may include personal details such as name, postal and email address, telephone numbers and details regarding your case.

Information provided to us will be used by employees or members of the firm in the process of providing you with the service you require or to ensure that we comply with all applicable laws and/or regulatory requests.

We maintain appropriate levels of security both within our physical offices and IT systems in order to protect your data.

We may use the information you provide in order to:

  • Provide quotations for services you may wish for us to provide
  • Confirm your identity when you contact us
  • Carry out obligations arising from any contracts entered into between you and us, including identification verification requirements as part of due diligence expected of a firm of solicitors
  • Help identify other information or services that may be of interest
  • Contact you by post, e-mail, telephone or any other method provided, with regards to your case or about other services we provide
  • Carry out marketing analysis and statistical information regarding our customer database in order to assess our systems or improve on systems for the future

We may gather information about your computer or other electronic device used to access this website and any other systems we use. This may include information such as your IP address, web browser, operating system, the type of electronic device you are using. This data enables us to provide systems that work smoothly with the devices our customers use and does not identify any individual.

From time to time we may employ other companies and individuals to act on our behalf. When this is necessary we will provide access to such information as is necessary for them to perform their functions. As part of this activity they are required to process and protect the personal information in accordance with this policy and the Data Protection Act as well as any related legislation.

In the event that our business merges with or is acquired by another, your data may be disclosed to the new business entity. Unless required to do so by law we will not otherwise share, sell or distribute any data you provide without your consent or by notifying you within the Terms of Engagement relating to your case.

We will not discuss personal information through public forms of communication, for example open communication on Twitter, and will only provide basic information to you via such public forums when requested by you.

You may request a copy of the information that we hold about you by writing to us at our head office. You may also request that we delete or rectify any information we hold about you. We reserve the right to charge a small fee for providing this information and may require proof of identity before it is provided to you.

We may monitor, record, store and use any telephone, email or other communication with you in order to check any instructions given to us, for training purposes, for crime prevention and to improve the quality of our customer service.

Our nominated representative for the purposes of the Data Protection Act is Roy Cusworth.

If you have any queries regarding this policy please contact us through or by calling us on 0345 122 8100.

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