Last Updated: July 2011
This web site is intended for use by residents of the U.S. who are over 18 years of age. The following policy information is designed to assist you in understanding how we collect, use and safeguard the personal information gathered about you when you visit this site.
When you visit our site, you may provide us with two types of information:
- personal information you actively choose to disclose by submitting a legal consultation form or contacting us; and
- use information collected, in a way not visible to you, on an aggregate anonymous basis as you and others browse this site. Use information gathered may include the date and time of visits, the site pages viewed, time spent at this site, and the sites visited just before and just after this site. This information is used solely for statistical reporting purposes.
We do not sell any information or release any information to third parties not working with us on a specific legal question or matter.
Other web sites that have links on or to our site may collect personally identifiable information about you. The information practices of those third parties are not covered by this privacy statement, and we are not responsible for their policies and/or practices.
We respect the privacy of our web site viewers and do not distribute private, personal information to third parties. Information submitted on legal consultation request forms will be viewed by employees of this firm. Other information submitted on forms may occasionally be viewed by a limited number of employees of our web site development or hosting company, who we believe reasonably need to access this information for the purpose of providing services to you or performing technical web site support.
Some non-personally identifiable information submitted on forms is used internally for the purpose of generating demographic statistics. This information allows us to better tailor our web site to users seeking legal counsel.
Our site utilizes a standard technology called “cookies” to collect information about how this site is used. Cookies are a feature of web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) software that allow web servers to recognize the computer used to access a site. They are small pieces of data that are stored by a user’s computer and web browser on one site to simplify subsequent interactions with that site by the same user, or to use the information to streamline the user’s transactions on related web pages. This makes it easier for a user to move from site to site and to complete transactions over the Internet. Cookies should make your online experience easier and more personalized.
If you do not wish to transmit “cookie” information about yourself, you may turn off the cookie function in your web browser; please consult the “Help” section of your browser to do so.
We secure the personal information submitted by you by using reasonable efforts to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, or accidental loss or destruction, of your information. Communications you may have with this firm via email may not be secure unless we advise you that security measures are in place prior to your sending information. Therefore, if you choose to communicate with us through these means, you are assuming the risk of doing so.
We may be required by law or a government agency to disclose both personal and non-personal information you have provided to this firm, and will do so if required by law or subpoena.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this policy, you may contact us at:
Law Offices of Michael J. Primus
If you wish to access, delete or correct information you have provided, please e-mail us.