Submitting your information to our site by email, or by calling us does not constitute a legal contract or attorney-client relationship. Nor is it intended to. An attorney-client relationship is only created after you have a personal interview and evaluation by an attorney. If an attorney decides to represent you, they will have you sign a Representation Agreement. For an example of a Representation Agreement see here.
HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Our staff is the only party that has use of or sees the formation that this website collects. We do not gather user or client information unless it is voluntarily submitted to us. This is in the form of emails, phone calls, or contact forms on this website. That information is not available to any third party entities. No one outside of the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess has access to your communication with us. Your information is only used to respond to inquiries, requests, or online contests. We do not track or record identifying information on how you use this website.
If you choose to contact us, we may keep your contact information. We might need it to contact you at a later time. You may opt out of this by asking that we do not keep your information for any future use.
Personal injury and accident cases often use sensitive information. Your job history, medical records, and personal life gets reviewed in great detail. The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess takes our client privacy very seriously.
The sensitive information you submit to this website is securely stored and protected. Your information is only accessed by employees of the law firm on an as needed basis. The computers and servers this information is on are only accessible by employees. And then, only by employees with allowed user accounts.
The contact form and email addresses on this website are for consumer questions and for communication with clients. We always welcome people to contact our office. For security and privacy reasons, we ask you to not send us documents, photos, or videos. A staff member will instruct you on how or if you should do so. Remember, your privacy also depends on you using good judgement. Be careful who you share sensitive information with.