Privacy Policy

This privacy policy applies to information collected online from visitors to this website.

This privacy policy applies to information collected online from visitors to this website. When you access this site, you agree to the terms found in this privacy policy. By reading this policy, you can learn what kind of information is collected, when and how that information might be used, the choices that you have with respect to your personal
information, and how your personal information is protected.

What personal information is collected through this website and how is it used?

Information about visitors to this site is collected in three ways: from the visitor directly, from Web server logs, and through the use of cookies. The information is used to improve the website and the information, resources, and services that are provided through the website. Unless stated otherwise in this Privacy Policy, the information that you provide is not shared with others.

User-supplied information:

If you fill out the contact form on this website, you are asked to provide some personal information (such as your name, email address, and phone number). You only are required to provide your name and email address on the contact form. Please do not submit any confidential, proprietary, or personally identifiable information (e.g., Social Security Number; date of birth; driver’s license number; or credit card, bank account or other financial information). If you submit any such sensitive information, you do so at your own risk, and this office will not be liable to you or responsible for any consequences of your submission.

Information that you provide through the contact form will be used so that this office may respond to your inquiry. Your message is forwarded to the attorney after it is received.

Web server logs:

When you visit this website, information about your visit may be tracked and stored in web server logs, which are records of the activities occurring on the website. The web server automatically captures and saves the information electronically.

Examples of the information that may be collected include:

  • your unique Internet protocol address;
  • the name of your unique Internet service provider;
  • the city, state, and country from which you access the website;
  • the kind of browser or computer that you use;
  • the number of links that you click within the website;
  • the date and time of your visit;
  • the website from which you came to this site; and
  • the pages that you viewed on this website.


The information collected in web server logs helps with the administration of the website, analysis of the site’s usage, protection of the website and its content from inappropriate use, and improvement of the visitor’s experience.


In order to offer and provide customized and personal service, cookies may be used to store and track information about you. Cookies are small pieces of data that are sent to your browser from a Web server and are stored on your computer’s hard drive. When you return to a website, they are used to help you to navigate the site more easily.

The use of cookies is relatively standard. Most browsers initially are set up to accept cookies. However, if you prefer, you can set your browser to either notify you when you receive a cookie or refuse to accept cookies. You should understand that some features of a website may not function properly if you do not accept cookies.

How is personal information protected?

Certain security measures are taken in order to protect your personal information from accidental loss as well as from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. However, there is no way to guarantee that an unauthorized person cannot defeat any security measure.

Who has access to the information?

This office will not sell, rent, or lease mailing lists to others and will not make your personal information available to any unaffiliated parties, except as follows:

  • to agents, website vendors, and/or contractors who may use it in connection with their relationship with this office; and
  • as required by law, in a matter of public safety or policy, or as needed in connection with the transfer of business assets (such as liquidation during bankruptcy proceedings).

How can I opt out of future communications?

You may opt out of any potential future contacts at any time. You can do so by contacting this office via the phone number, contact form, or mailing address on the website at any time.

Also, if you have any additional questions or concerns about this privacy policy, please contact this office via the phone number, contact form, or mailing address listed on the website. If any information practices discussed in this policy change in a significant way, those changes will be posted here.

Effective October, 2013