You do not have to disclose any personally identifying information to use most of the features of our website. The only personally identifying information that we gather through this website is information that you voluntarily provide to us, including questions and requests for information. If you provide us with your name, email address and/or other personally identifying information when you use our website to ask a question or request information, we may use your personally identifying information to send you a response and we may keep a record of your request or inquiry.
Collection and Use of Data (log files)
Our web server automatically collects limited information, but does not provide personally identifiable information. These log files reveal your computer configuration, when you visited our website, the page(s) you visited, the type of browser software you use, the operating system you are running, the resolution of your computer monitor, the website that referred you. The log files also reveal your IP address from which the connection was completed. An IP address is a numerical address that identifies your computer to other computers connected to the Internet so that data — such as the web pages you want to view — can be transmitted to you. We use this information to make our website as useful as we can for as many users as possible.
We use third-party vendors to provide the hardware‚ software‚ networking‚ storage‚ and other technology necessary to run this site. Using these services may require content‚ including your personal information‚ to be transmitted over various networks‚ as well as changes to conform and adapt to the technical requirements of other networks and devices. We take every precaution to protect personal information from unauthorized access‚ alteration‚ or disclosure.
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive.
Users also may receive cookies from third parties. These cookies are only used for advertising purposes and data may be used by third parties to target advertising on other sites based on your users’ online activity. The cookies could collect data such as IP addresses, cookie identifiers, and website activity. If you would like to opt-out of receiving targeted advertising, please visit one of the following sites for opt-out instructions: DAA, NAI or EDAA (Europe).
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying the settings in your browser. However, you may not be able to use all the interactive features of our site if cookies are disabled.
Stored data originating from e-mail communications from our online forms is password protected. All e-mail messages that we receive become the property of Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys. We choose not to sell, rent or trade personal identifiable information to third parties.
When contacting Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys via e-mail, please be advised that the communication may be interrupted or intercepted. Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys is not responsible for such disruptions. Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys does employ certain encryption methods to ensure that communications with our database servers are secure.
Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
We reserve the right to release personally-identifying information about our website visitors when we believe that such disclosure is necessary or appropriate to comply with law or to protect the safety or property of visitors to our site, our clients, the public, our office, our affiliates or our personnel.
We also reserve the right to disclose personally identifying information about our website visitors to third-party contractors we engage to assist us with the operation of our website or other aspects of our business when our contractors need access to such information to perform the services we request.
Links and other Features offered in Conjunction with other Providers
Information gathered by us on our website is stored on servers maintained in protected environments. No physical or electronic security system is impenetrable, however, and we cannot guarantee the security of the servers or databases used to store information collected on our website. Nor can we guarantee that information you supply will not be intercepted while being transmitted to us over the Internet. You provide any such information to us at your own risk.
Facebook and other Social Media
Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys enables Facebook users to connect with the law firm via the Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys Facebook page. Profile visibility is based on the user’s current Facebook privacy settings. The law firm asks for basic contact information when entering contests, giveaways. We reserve the right to announce contest winners’ names and use any information posted on the page for publicity purposes. We will not share personal information such as email addresses or phone numbers; however, Facebook users are responsible for any personal information they post voluntarily on our page.
The law firm also reserves the right to use Tweets and Re-Tweets or any other social media sharing that mention Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys, for publicity purposes.
Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys Scholarship
To be considered for a Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys scholarship, you are required to submit data to us electronically, via email. Types of personally identifiable information may include, but are not limited to: your full name, address, phone, email and academic information and an essay and/or video about the U.S. Constitution.
Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys processes the information you provide only for the purpose for which it was collected–consideration for awarding scholarships to the chosen applicant in accordance with scholarship parameters. All information you enter during the application process including any additional materials or information you submit to us in consideration for scholarship money is automatically saved in our system for our mutual convenience. Scholarship materials and submissions will be viewed only by members of Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys’s scholarship committee and will reviewed and processed only for that purpose. As stated above, we reserve the right to disclose personally identifying information about our website visitors to third-party contractors we engage to assist us with the operation of our website or other aspects of our business when our contractors need access to such information to perform the services we request. Winners will be announce via our website, social media and other forms of media as Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys deems appropriate.
None of the information that you provide in the application or in supporting materials, including your contact information shall be shall be distributed, sold, shared, or otherwise provided to any third parties, who are not affiliated with Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys See Data Storage above). For more information, please review the Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys Scholarship information page and the terms and conditions set forth therein.
Changes to this Policy
Welcome to the Website of Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys. The Terms and Conditions for use of this site are written below. Please read them carefully. By using this site, you acknowledge that you both have read and accept these terms and conditions. If you do not agree with these terms and conditions, do not use this site.
The information contained on this web site presents general information about the firm and its lawyers and is not intended to constitute legal advice. Any person viewing or receiving information from this web site should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any such information without first seeking appropriate legal advice from an attorney.
We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Please realize that merely contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Therefore, please refrain from sending any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. An attorney-client relationship can only be created by a written, signed-fee agreement entered into with an attorney.
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Nothing contained within this Website should be construed as legal advice, or as establishing an attorney-client relationship.