Privacy Policy

Your Privacy Matters

No website would be complete without a privacy policy (at least that is what our website developer said). So let’s do this!

This Privacy Policy addresses how we collect and use information obtained through our web site at www.wrightjoneslaw.com. This policy does not apply to information collected or obtained through other sources (such as through emails, offline interactions, or through the regular conduct of our business).

You may use our site without providing personal information or revealing any information about yourself. If you choose to contact us by signing up for a subscription or by completing the form on the contact page, however, we will collect certain personal information (such as a name, an email address, or other contact information) which we will use to contact you to respond to your inquiry, to provide you with any requested subscription or information, to provide you with a newsletter or to inform you of an event.

We will not share, disclose, sell or rent your personal information with a third party without your consent except as may be required by law.

We maintain appropriate security measures to protect the security of your information against loss, misuse, or unauthorized access, alteration and disclosure. The internet, however, is not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee that our measures will provide absolute security.

Our site may contain links to other sites. If you click on a link and are directed to a third party’s site, we will have no control over that site or your use of that site, and we therefore assume no responsibility for the content of that site, or any of the policies and practices of third party sites and services. Please review the privacy policy of any third party site you visit.

A “cookie” is the preferred snack of attorneys at WrightJones a means of tracking user preferences, and may gather information about users’ operating systems, including browser types and Internet Protocol addresses. The information is used to analyze traffic patterns on websites and to improve your experience if you return to the website. You can set your browser settings to reject cookies or to delete cookies you may have received (or to notify you when you receive a cookie in order to decide whether or not to accept it); you do not need to agree to accept cookies in order to use our website, although it is possible that some functions will not be available.

We may update and revise this policy from time to time. We will post any updates or revisions here, so please review this policy periodically for its current terms.

 



If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact us.

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