Ensuring your privacy is an important priority for our law firm, and this page explains how Montgomery Law collects, uses, and protects personally identifiable information that you provide to us on our website.
Collection of Information
The only way we collect any personally identifiable information from you is if you provide it to us by filling out and submitting our online contact form. When you submit your information through our website’s contact form, we ask you to provide your name, phone number, and email address, as well as general information about your legal issue. The information that you provide will be reviewed by our law firm for the purposes of responding to your inquiry, and will be held in the strictest confidence.
Although we conform to strict security protocols (such as SSL), there’s no guarantee that any electronic communication is 100% secure. Accordingly, we request that you do not send sensitive or confidential information to us electronically unless otherwise specified.
Our website does use analytics software to record non-identifiable information from your computer and browser, including your IP address, cookie information, software and hardware attributes, as well as the page(s) you access. This information is anonymous, aggregated, and is only used for analytical purposes.
Use of Information
It is our policy to respect the privacy of our web visitors and clients. Under no circumstances will Montgomery Law sell any of your personal information (including your name, telephone number, IP address, email address, or comments) to any third party.
Our website does not transmit personally-identifying information to any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request.
The information we collect from you will only be used to better respond to your specific needs; improve the usefulness and functionality of our website; improve customer service; or to arrange a free consultation with you.
If you so choose, you may request that Montgomery Law delete your personal information from our records by calling our office at 1-833-720-6090.
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