Collection of Information
- Even when they are not logged in, website visitors to Pro Accident Lawyer are subject to data collection. Pro Accident Lawyer may keep track of your IP address, the websites and pages you visit (before, during, and after visiting the Pro Accident Lawyer website), the times and dates of such visits, the computer hardware and software you employ, and other information that might be accessible. Pro Accident Lawyers may also configure “cookies” on your computer in order to recognize you when you return and improve your surfing experience while also gathering more data about you. To prevent cookies from being placed on your computer, you can modify the settings in your browser or employ other techniques, but doing so might lead to less functionality and less of a customized browsing experience.
- You might be asked by Pro Accident Lawyers for additional information about yourself, such as your name, contact information, the company you work for, and other details that could help Pro Accident Lawyers recognize you. You might not be able to access specific Pro Accident Lawyer Web site features, content, or services if you decide not to supply such information.
Use of Information
- Pro Accident Lawyers uses the data it gathers about you to tailor the Pro Accident Lawyers website to your interests and to enhance your browsing experience. It also uses this data to help Pro Accident Lawyers choose services and content you might find valuable and intriguing. You can help Pro Accident Lawyers effectively customize its website and other products and services to your needs and the needs of other users by providing data on the content you view and the services you use, either on its own or in combination with data collected from other users.
- In an effort to keep you informed about events and particular goods and services that may be of interest to you, Pro Accident Lawyer may also use the information that you submit. Pro Accident Lawyers won’t give data to third parties for these reasons, but in some
circumstances, they may contact customers with information from carefully selected third parties. In other situations, your information may be disclosed to a third party as a result of an action that you intentionally commence.
If required by law or any governmental agency, Pro Accident Lawyers retains the right to disclose any information that it collects through the Pro Accident Lawyers Website to the proper governmental or regulatory authority.
Transfers of Information
Whilst using properly vetted service providers to host the Pro Accident Lawyers website or perform other services, Pro Accident Lawyers may infrequently disclose details about you to those companies. Pro Accident Lawyers will demand that all such service providers abide by the terms of this privacy statement and only use the information to carry out the specified services. Pro Accident Lawyers will not disclose your information to other parties for any other reason, including marketing, unless specifically stated in this privacy statement.
Information Sent via the Website is Not Secure
Any data provided to the company through the website or via Internet e-mail is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis. Sending any information to Pro Accident Lawyers via email or the Pro Accident Lawyer’s website via the Internet is done at your own risk.
Sending Information Does Not Establish An Attorney-Client Relationship
The transmission of information from this website does not, and is not intended to, establish an attorney-client relationship between you and the firm. There is no attorney-client relationship formed between us and any recipients as a result of the information shared through the website, in whole or in part, or as a result of any internet email correspondence with us made through this site.