Privacy Statement 

We respect the privacy of visitors to our website and ensure that the personal information you provide to us is kept confidential. This personal information is processed in a manner that meets the requirements set in the Personal Data Protection Act (Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens). The objectives of processing these data: your personal data are processed by us in order to enter into and implement agreements concerning legal services and to manage the relations ensuing from them, including carrying out activities aimed at enlarging the client file. If you fill in a contact or registration form on the website or send us an e-mail, then the data that you have sent to us will be saved for as long as is necessary, in view of the nature of the form or the content of your e-mail, to fully answer and deal with them.

Clicking behaviour and visitor data

General visitor data are maintained on the website. In this context, the IP address of your computer, any username, the time a request is made and data that the browser of a visitor provides are registered and used for statistical analyses of visitor and clicking behaviour on the website. We also use these data to optimise the operation of the website. We do our very best to anonymise these data. These data are not provided to third parties.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to keep track of how users use the website. The information it provides is transferred, including the address of your computer (IP address), to Google and is saved by Google on servers. Google uses this information to keep track of how our website is used in order to provide us with reports on the Website and to provide its advertisers with information concerning the effectiveness of their campaigns. Google can provide this information to third parties if Google is required to do so by law, or in so far as these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no say in this matter.

Facebook and Twitter

Buttons have been included on the site in order to promote or share pages on the social networks Facebook and Twitter. These buttons are realised through a code provided directly by Facebook and Twitter. This code introduces a cookie (see above). Read the respective privacy statements of Facebook and Twitter (which can change regularly) to find out what they do with your personal data that they process with this code.

The use of cookies

When offering electronic services, we make use of cookies. A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent with the pages of this website and saved on the hard disk of your computer by your browser. This enables us to combine the different requests for pages on the website and subsequently analyse the behaviour of users, among other things. You can refuse the use of these cookies, of course, but this can limit the operation of the website and the ease with which it is used.

Review, correction and the right of refusal

If you have a relationship with our firm, you will be able to review your personal data after submitting a written request. If the overview we provide contains any inaccuracies, you can ask us in writing to change the data or to delete it. You can also inform us in writing that you do not wish to be approached with information about our products and services by reporting this preference to the following address:

Kneppelhout & Korthals Advocaten, Boompjes 40, 3011 XB Rotterdam

Revision of privacy statement: We reserve the right to revise this privacy statement. Any changes made will be published on this website