At Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig we make it our mission to deliver an optimized visitor experience on our website. To do this, we use a technology called “cookies” to provide you with customized information from our website and its webpages.

By agreeing to this Cookies Policy, you consent to the use of cookies as described below. It is important to understand that cookies do not contain confidential information, such as your home address, phone number, or credit/debit card details,and we certainly do not exchange cookies with any third-party websites or external data suppliers.

Please note that if you do choose to disable cookies (instructions below), certain sections of our website may cease to work properly.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file that is generated by a web server and placed on an internet user’s hard drive when that server (website) is visited. It contains information generated by the server, and it can be used by that server whenever the user visits the website.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies radically improve the interaction between users and websites for a quicker, more efficient experience. Websites typically use cookies in order to collect demographic information about their users, giving them an idea of which web pagesare most popular, the flow of traffic to these web pages, or which products or services are most popular. Additionally, without the help of cookies, it would be noticeably more difficult for a website to maintain a shopping cart queue or remember the user’s preferences or registration details for future visits.

What type of cookies do we use?

Session cookies– these cookies are only in use in the cookie file of your browser until you close the browser. It is automatically dropped to your browser by server software, and it not used by our website.

Analytical cookies– These are cookies are used by our website in order to collect basic marketing data. These cookies do not track your Internet usage after leaveing our website, and definitely do not store your personal information. We use these third-party cookies (specifically Google Analytics), for data such as:

  • The length of time that any given user spends on our website
  • Which pages any given user visits on our site (and how long they stay on each page)
  • The method by which any given user located our website (i.e. Google search, keyword, link from other page etc.)

Please note that we only share the information above with Google Analytics, which breaks down such information in a legible manner. To learn more about Google’s useof your information, please see Types of Cookies Used by Google.

How can you disable cookies?

Depending on the type of internet browser program your computer uses, the way in which you disable or limit cookies will be different. Please visit this link at AboutCookies.com to find appropriate instructions for your specific browser type!