Privacy Policy

Pinnacol Assurance is responsible for handling information that is of a confidential nature, and is sensitive to privacy issues surrounding the use of the Internet. As a general policy, Pinnacol Assurance does not automatically collect any personal information (such as name, address, or e-mail address) from visitors to our site. Pinnacol Assurance will only collect personal information about visitors to our site when the visitors knowingly and voluntarily submit the information, and we will only use personal information for purposes that were disclosed at the time of collection, or for uses consistent with those purposes.

Pinnacol Assurance may collect non-personal information that may be used to enhance the effectiveness of our Web pages (for example, the identity of your Internet browser, the type of operating system you use, and the domain name of your Internet service provider). We may also use non-personal information to determine the total number of visitors to our website. No personal or non-personal information will be transferred to third parties, except businesses providing services or performing functions for Pinnacol Assurance.

Pinnacol Assurance may use the information collected to respond to your specific requests. We may also use it in aggregate form without personal identifiers to make our site better and more responsible to the needs of visitors. This statistical compilation may be used by Pinnacol Assurance, or be provided to others for our marketing, advertising, or research purposes. Pinnacol Assurance complies with privacy laws by maintaining safeguards to ensure the security, integrity, and privacy of such information.

Use of Cookies:

Cookies are pieces of information a Web site transfers to an individual computer's hard dive for record-keeping purposes. Cookies make it easier for you to use a website by saving passwords, purchases, and preferences while you visit the site. Pinnacol Assurance does not use cookies to retrieve information other than the information that was originally sent in a cookie. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can set your browser to reject cookies or to alert you when they are being sent.