Privacy Policy

Below are our policies regarding the acquisition and protection of your personal information, which you submit to us through this website.

Collecting Your Information

What Information Do We Collect From You?

We at Provigil & Novugil Lawsuits prioritize your privacy and the protection of your personal information. We only acquire the information you submit to us through this website, which is done by filling out a website form.

You may be able to request physical information from us or to speak with a lawyer. These requests may require you to enter personal information, such as your:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Mailing address
  • Phone number
  • Diagnosis information

You are not required to provide this information to use many of the features on our site.

How Will We Use Your Information?

We use your information in specific ways, all of which help you receive our resources and customer service assistance. Any of your provided information could help us:

  • Personalize your online experience to meet your individual needs
  • Improve our website based on your and other site visitors’ feedback
  • Elevate our customer service to better respond to your requests
  • Process transactions
  • Keep an open line of communication through emails and other methods

How Do We Protect Your Information?

Our company utilizes numerous security measures to protect your personal information.

Cookies and Disclosures

Do We Use Cookies on This Website?

Yes, but first let’s explain what cookies are and how we use them. Cookies are small computer files that a service provider or website transfers from your internet browser to your computer’s hard drive. If you allow this process to occur, you’re enabling the website or service provider to recognize your browser and capture or remember specific information about your browsing history and preferences.

We use cookies to improve your user experience on our website in numerous ways, including:

  • Saving your preferences for future visits
  • Tracking which advertisements you’ve seen or engaged with
  • Compiling data about site traffic and interaction with different features so that we can improve your user experience

We may work with third-party service providers to help us better understand our site visitors’ preferences. These service providers cannot use your browsing information in any way other than improving our website.

You can set up your computer to warn you each time a cookie is being sent. You also have the option to turn off all cookies (through your browser settings). However, if you turn off your cookies function for our website or all websites, some of our pages may not function correctly for you. However, you can still communicate with us via email or phone.

Do We Give Any of Your Personal Information to Outside Parties?

No. We do not give — by sell, trade or transfer — your personal information to outside, non-trusted parties. This guarantee does not include trusted third-party service providers with whom we contract to help operation of our website, conduction of business or providing you with our resources. However, we demand of those parties that they keep your personal information confidential. We may send some non-personally identifiable website visitor information to outside parties for marketing, advertising or other uses.

There are specific circumstances when we may have to release your personal information. These instances include:

  • Complying with the law
  • Enforcing our website’s policies
  • Protecting ours or other people’s rights, safety or property

Links and Protection Compliance

Links to Third Parties

We may, at our discretion, include links on this website to third-party products or services. These third-party partners have their own independent privacy policies, and we are not responsible or liable for the content or activities of these linked websites. However, to improve your website experience and protect our integrity, we always welcome feedback about these websites.

Compliance With the California Online Privacy Protection Act

We value your privacy and have ensured our website meets the standards of the California Online Privacy Protection Act. We won’t send your personal information to outside parties without first receiving your consent.

Compliance With the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

Our website complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. This compliance means we will not collect information from anyone under age 13. All of our online products and services are for people who are at least 13 years old.

Privacy Consent

Online Privacy Policy Only

This privacy policy applies only to information collected through this website. This policy is not applicable to information collected offline.

Your Consent

Using our website means you consent to this privacy policy.

Changes to Our Privacy Policy

If we make any changes to our privacy policy, we will update the modification date listed below. This update is to inform all site users of any policy revisions.

We last modified this policy on 12/04/2020.