What Information Do We Collect?
Swafford Law collects information automatically, and through your submissions.
Automatically, we collect information regarding your use of the Swafford Law website, including your computer’s IP address, and other information that may appear in the webserver log, including when you visited our site, and what page you viewed.
You may also submit personal or other information to us, through submitting forms on our website allowing you to pose questions or request consultations, or when you visit our office, and of course if you retain our services. This information may include your name, address, email address, phone number, and in the special case of when you retain our firm, banking or credit card information.
How Do We Use Your Information?
We only use your information as part of our business operations, which include:
- managing our website;
- providing legal or other services to you;
- occasionally distributing information to you that we think you may be interested in, including events;
- assisting you in finding other assistance (legal or otherwise) such as referrals, which we would only do with your express agreement; and
- processing billing or performing similar logistics functions.
How Do We Share Your Information?
We only share your personal information with other parties:
- where you authorize us to in order to help you find other services as through a referral;
- with banking or billing parties, and only as necessary to complete a transaction;
- as necessary to comply with the law, or any legal process if served on Swafford Law;
- as necessary to protect or defend the rights or property of Swafford Law; and
- to a court if necessary, or in any legal pleadings you may authorize us to file.
Please note however that Swafford Law expressly reserves the right, should it become necessary, to share your information in connection with:
- any sale of all or part of Swafford Law to any third party;
- as necessary to ensure you replacement adequate legal representation in the event of the dissolution of Swafford Law, or the death or impairment of Swafford Law attorneys.
How Do We Protect Your Information?
Swafford Law takes reasonable and appropriate steps to protect your information, including the use of encryption where necessary, secure storage, backups, firewalls, and any other reasonable and appropriate measures to protect the safety and security of your information.