ONLINE PRIVACY STATEMENT
At McCloskey Law office, we value and protect your privacy. We thank you for the trust that you place in us and we want you to know that the information you share with us will be treated with care.
The objective of our Online Privacy Statement is to disclose and explain what information we collect, use, and share and to explain the privacy choices that you can make. We encourage you to read our Online Privacy Statement as well as those of all websites that you visit.
This Online Privacy Statement applies to all users of mccloskeylawoffice.com.
This Online Privacy Statement became effective on December 9, 2016.
WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE IT
You should feel secure in knowing that McCloskey Law office does not sell or share personal information with marketers.
Collecting Information About You
When you visit our website, we give you an opportunity to provide information in order for McCloskey Law Office to determine if we can serve your needs. We also automatically maintain web logs of the website activities for standard analytics and diagnostics information. We use web analytics software to track and analyze user statistics for mccloskeylawoffice.com. By using cookies, we are able to track information regarding how our website is used. Information we collect includes the amount of time a visitor spends on our site, pages viewed, the referring site, average visits per day, new versus returning users, and entry and exit pages. We do not tie a specific visit to a specific IP address. The cookie information does not include personal data about a user of our website, such as a user’s name, phone number, e-mail, or physical address. This policy only reflects information gathered by McCloskey Law Office and does not reflect third-party activities, including third-party cookies or other tracking programs. Browsers are generally set up to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can review and modify the privacy settings of your browser. Modifying your privacy settings may affect your ability to utilize our website.
Information You Submit on mccloskeylawoffice.com
When you visit our website, we provide an opportunity for you to submit information to McCloskey Law Office in order for us to determine if we can serve your needs. Specific pages of mccloskeylawoffice.com provide submission fields that permit you to submit personally identifiable information along with an inquiry. The personally identifiable information collected through the submission form includes your name, address, phone number, and email. It is your decision whether to submit the information to McCloskey Law Office directly through mccloskeylawoffice.com.com or to contact McCloskey Law Office via a different form of communication. Your decision is voluntary and is not required by McCloskey Law Office in order to utilize the website. In lieu of submitting information via mccloskeylawoffice.com, you may submit your inquiries via mail to 301 N. Nappanee St. Elkhart, Indiana 46514, or by contacting us by phone at (574) 370-2412. If you choose to submit information through mccloskeylawoffice.com, you must complete all required fields in the submission form. By submitting the form, you voluntarily “opt-in” to the uses of your submitted information, including your personally identifiable information (name, address, phone number, and email) described herein.
Using Your Personal Information
McCloskey Law Office does not sell or share customer information with entities outside of McCloskey Law Office who may want to market to you their own products and services. You do not need to take any action for this benefit. McCloskey Law Office uses your information to determine if we are capable of serving your needs. McCloskey Law Office may share your personal information with companies that perform services on our behalf, such as our web hosting service providers. McCloskey Law Office is governed by the Rules of Professional Conduct in the states that its attorneys are licensed. As such, McCloskey Law Office must first perform a conflict check to determine if our firm is prevented from representing you as a result of a current or former client. Your information will be provided to a McCloskey Law Office attorney in the practice area for which you are seeking information. The McCloskey Law Office attorney will gather any remaining information necessary to perform a complete conflict check. The information you provide does not create a client-lawyer relationship and no information disclosed to McCloskey Law Office through the website will prohibit the firm from representing a different client in the same matter. We use the information you provide to perform conflict checks, locate an attorney in the relevant practice area, and provide follow-up correspondences.
If you voluntarily submit information online, we may share information with third parties as required by law. We may also disclose personal information to protect the rights and property of McCloskey Law Office and its attorneys and staff.
Third party marketing and public relations partners have their own privacy policies. If you would like more information about their privacy policies, including information on how to opt-out of their tracking methods, please review their independent privacy policies.
mccloskeylawoffice.com is not intended for use by children. We do not knowingly solicit data online from, or market online to, children under the age of 13. If we obtain personally identifiable information in error on a child under the age of 13, we will delete that information from our systems upon notification that the individual is under the age of 13.
McCloskey Law Office respects the choices that you make regarding your privacy. You may request that McCloskey Law Office terminate communication with you. If you decide that you no longer wish to receive communications, you may submit a request to opt-out of such communication. You can make your request by:
- Sending a letter to 301 N. Nappanee St. Elkhart, Indiana 46514;
- Calling us locally at (574) 370-2412; or
- Emailing the attorney you spoke with directly.
Access or Changes to Your Information
If you wish to make an adjustment to information that you have submitted to McCloskey Law Office, please correspond with the attorney assigned to your inquiry. If an attorney has not yet been assigned to your inquiry, you may send a letter to 301 N. Nappanee St. Elkhart, Indiana 46514 or call us locally at (574) 370-2412. Upon your request, if still available, McCloskey Law Office will provide a copy for your review of the information you previously submitted. McCloskey Law Office does not provide access to your submitted inquiry via mccloskeylawoffice.com. McCloskey Law Office will maintain your information for a period of time to be determined by McCloskey Law Office.
SECURING YOUR INFORMATION
We take reasonable precautions to provide security that is appropriate to the sensitivity of the information we collect. We, however, cannot guaranty the security of information transferred over the Internet. Information submitted through mccloskeylawoffice.com is not encrypted and is not transferred over a secure connection. Accordingly, you should not submit confidential or sensitive information through the website. Your submissions over the website are at your own risk.
APPLICABILITY OF THE ONLINE PRIVACY STATEMENT
This McCloskey Law Office Online Privacy Statement applies to all users of mccloskeylawoffice.com. This Online Privacy Statement may be modified or updated from time to time. No notice will be provided to the users of mccloskeylawoffice.com regarding the modifications or updates made to the Online Privacy Statement. McCloskey Law Office encourages users to periodically review this Online Privacy Statement. The date of any update or modification will be located in the fourth paragraph of this Online Privacy Statement. If no date is designated in the fourth paragraph, then no modification or update has occurred.