Haighs Law Firm’s Cookies Statement

This Cookies Statement provides information about the cookies we use and the purposes for using them. Please refer to our Privacy Notice for further information about how Haighs Law Firm Limited collects, stores and processes your personal information.

What are cookies, and what types of cookies does www.haighslawfirm.co.uk use?

Cookies are small text files that are automatically downloaded onto your device via the browser you use to access most websites that you visit, including ours. They allow our website to recognise your device and are primarily used to improve our website ís performance by providing us with information on how our website is being used.

Please visit www.allaboutcookies.org for further information about cookies and similar technologies.

Whilst cookies have numerous functions, a cookie might be stored on your device when visiting most websites, including ours, for the purposes of:

• Making the website perform properly for you;
• Collecting data about your use of the website; and
• Remembering your preferences and making the website easier for you to use.

A Breakdown of the Categories of Cookies www.haighslaw.co.uk uses

Name and Category of Cookie
Purpose of Cookie and nature of data held
Session (user’s login expires when leaves website) or Persistent (cookie remains in place after leaving website) & Lifespan (where relevant)
First or Third party
CatAcc Cookies – Strictly Necessary
Remembers if the user has already agreed to accept cookies on the site.
Persistent – 54 weeks
Third party
wordpress_test_cookie – Performance
Cookie removal for a user who has opted out of accepting them.
First party
wp-settings-time-2 – Performance
Personalised view for logged in users.
Persistent – 12 months
First party
wp-settings-2 – Strictly Necessary
Personalised view for logged in users.
Persistent – 12 months
First party
wordpress_logged_in_50c5f074 2187bbddc7ebd7fba315 – Performance
Keeps users logged in for a predetermined time.
First party
Google Analytics _utma, _utmb, _utmc & utmz – Performance, Functionality and Targeting
Tracks when, from where, for how long and how often a user has visited our website, what search engine (if any) was used and what keywords (if any) were used to access our website. Please refer to Google’s Privacy Policy for further information including how to manage or disable user preferences via Google’s User Deletion API.
Persistent – between 30 minutes and 12 months
First party

• Strictly Necessary Cookies – essential to enable you to use and navigate our website

• Performance Cookies – collect information about how you use our website and the pages you visit most.

• Functionality Cookies – remember aspects of your interaction with our website to enhance your experience during your visit. They are also used to remember a userís preferences for customisable parts of a web page: e.g. font size, language, appeals visited or userís location.

• Targeting cookies, Third-Party Cookies and Cookies used for Advertising – collect information if you choose to share a page from the website, or if you use social media sites, to track how you interact with our website which may then direct you to relevant content elsewhere on the internet.

• Other Third Party Cookies

• Some of our pages contain embedded content such as Twitter feeds and LinkedIn shares, and you may receive cookies delivered from these websites. Haighs Law Firm does not govern the publication of third-party cookies. To understand more about these third-party cookies and their privacy policies, please visit the relevant sites for those third-party organisations.

How to manage, control and disable Cookies

You can control the use of cookies on your device at any time by going into the Help section of your browser where you will be guided how to set or disable all or certain cookies on your browser, however this may impact negatively on the overall functionality of our website. Please see www.allaboutcookies.org for further information.


If you have any queries concerning our use of your personal information, please email helen.cleary@haighslaw.co.uk