What personal information is collected and how is that information used?
We collect information from the following ways: directly from you, the user (ie when signing up for a free consultation, filling out one of our information request pages, or signing up for a newsletter), from our web server logs, and through cookies that you can optionally disable from your web browsing software.
The primary use of this information is to provide you with a personalized experience throughout our site that delivers information to you in a way that is most relevant.
We do not share with anyone outside of Thomas Hogan Law Office any of the information you provide. The only exception to this rule is if we have a good faith belief that the law requires us to do so.
How do you protect my information?
Throughout our site there are security measures implemented to protect your personal information from loss and from unauthorized parties. We store the information about you in a secure data center hosted by Amazon.com with a high level of monitoring for proper use. Each computer in our office that has access to your information is behind a firewall and has virus protection software installed. Despite our best efforts, we cannot guarantee that there will never be an intrusion. We can only guarantee that we will do our best to prevent one of these intrusions, and at the first sign of intrusion, be transparent with you that one occurred.
Who can access my personal information?
We absolutely do not rent, lease or sell our customer data. We do not make this information available to outside parties. We do not disclose your information to affiliated third parties.
How can I change, delete, or amend my personal information?
We currently do not have a login system to change personal information. If you would like to see or change the information we have on you, please give us a call. We will only discuss your information and not the information of others.
What information are you talking about?
When you signup for a free consultation, we ask you to provide information. This information includes, name, email address, location you want to be seen at, phone number. Other pages ask for more information such as information dealing with your case. We store this information in a database for future reference. We also track certain information about your visit and store it in our web server logs.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are tiny pieces of data that are stored in your web browser on your hard drive. When you revisit our website, your cookie alerts us to who you are and helps us give you a more personalized experience. Most web browsers by default are setup to accept cookies. However, you can turn these cookies off. If you do this than we are not able to see who you are when you revisit our site. If you choose to do this, no problem, come back anyway.
If you are not satisfied with the statements given here, please do not hesitate to contact us for further clarification. We love hearing from you!