Jim Glaser Law is committed to protecting the privacy of those who visit our website. Any personal information collected through our site will be handled with great care.
While visiting our website, we may collect or track personal information including your IP address, geographic information, and the type of web browser and operating system you used to access our site. Furthermore, we use “cookies” to gather information on the type of activities you engage in while on our site, such as the pages you click on and the amount of time you spend on them. Cookies are small files that are sent to your device that provide bits of information about your interactions with our site. Jim Glaser Law may share this information with carefully selected third parties for internal analysis and/or marketing purposes. We only use this information to make our site more convenient and relevant for our users.
If you do not wish for cookies to be sent to your computer, you may adjust your browser settings to prevent cookies from being placed on your computer. However, limiting or deleting cookies may result in reduced access to our site and a less personalized browsing experience.
Jim Glaser Law may also ask you to provide personal information such as your name and email address. If you submit your contact information to us, we may use it to send you information about our legal services. We will not sell or give your personally identifying information to other parties for their own advertising purposes.
Using Our Site Does Not Establish an Attorney-Client Relationship
Utilizing the content or features of our site does not establish an attorney-client relationship. While we encourage you to call our office or submit questions through our website, it does not obligate Jim Glaser Law to represent your case.
The content on our site is meant to provide helpful information and general legal guidelines. It should never be construed as legal advice. Any legal action should be based on the expert opinion of a licensed attorney who has a professional duty to advise you and has been informed of all the facts of your case.
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