Privacy Policy
This privacy policy discloses the privacy practices for (the "web site"). The policy will notify you of what personally identifiable information is collected from you through the web site, how it is used, and with whom it is shared. It will also advise you of any choices available to you with regard to your data and how you can correct any inaccuracies in the information.
Information Collection
The web site does not collect any user data through cookies or through any other automatic means and does not directly collect any personal data from users. Personal data may be indirectly collected in one of two ways: via email communication with our law firm; and by submission of credit card payment information.
Email Communication. Our "Contact Us" page provides users with an email address as an optional method of communicating with the firm. We will use information you provide to us by email only to respond to you concerning the reason you contacted us. Your information will not be shared with any third party under any circumstances. However, site users are urged not to send confidential or privileged information via email. Most importantly, sending us an email does not create any attorney-client relationship. You cannot assume that the Blakeley Law Firm has agreed to represent you or is in fact protecting your interests merely because you send us one or more emails.
Credit Card Information. The "Fees" page of the web site contains a link that allows clients to pay their bill online with a credit card. Use of this link takes the user to a secure third-party site operated by Credit card information is captured and processed by on its servers and is not stored or retained by or the law firm. The law firm receives only an email payment receipt when users utilize the credit card payment link. This receipt contains the credit card user's name and address; the amount paid; an authorization code; a transaction code; and the last four digits of the user's card number. The user's complete card number is not provided to the law firm at any time. The information that is provided to the firm via the email receipt is not shared with any third party under any circumstances.
Access and Control Over Information
Users are not required to submit information to us via email or to make online credit card payments. Use of these web site features is voluntary and completely optional. Upon request, we will provide you with a copy of any information that you have submitted to us via email and any information we have received concerning online credit card payments made by you. If you inform us of any inaccuracies in this information, we will correct our records.
Credit card information provided to is collected via use of an encrypted web page and is processed in a manner that meets or exceeds all industry security standards. Personal information that is provided to us via email (or by other means) is stored at our offices in a secure file system. The information is accessible only to law firm personnel who have a direct need to it in the course of providing legal services to you.
Changes in Policy
Any changes in this policy will be communicated to affected clients in writing. Changes will also be noted on this web page on the web site.
Any complaint regarding the web site's privacy policy or the suspected misuse of personal information should be directed to Brian Blakeley at 210.826.0715.
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