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Any personal information you provide to us (name, date of birth, social security number, email, phone number, state of residence, city of residence, case number, etc.) will be used for legal purposes only. This information may be shared with other law firms that will assist you with your case.
We may utilize your Personal Information for various purposes, including:
– Addressing and responding to your inquiries
– Communicating with you regarding our services
– Ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations and responding to lawful requests
– Assessing the potential for an attorney-client relationship or confirming the existence of such a relationship
– Offering legal services to you if you are a client of the Firm
– Sharing your information with another law firm who will be assisting you with your case
– Any other purposes permitted by law
We uphold strict confidentiality standards concerning nonpublic personal information obtained during our communication with clients and potential clients. Such information is not disclosed unless expressly or impliedly authorized by the clients to fulfill the purpose of our representation or as mandated or allowed by law, professional codes of conduct, or ethical rules governing our practice as lawyers. According to New York State law, lawyers are mandated to preserve client confidentiality, only revealing information if authorized by the client or compelled by law. Our policy extends to the protection of our clients’ Social Security numbers, prohibiting unlawful disclosure and restricting access to these numbers in the same manner as all other nonpublic personal information. We maintain stringent measures to safeguard the data, computer files, and documents containing your personal information, ensuring their destruction, erasure, or rendering unreadable before disposal.
We implement a range of measures aimed at safeguarding your Personal Information to prevent loss, unauthorized access, misuse, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Our security protocols include physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the Personal Information we handle and maintain. It’s important to note that despite our rigorous efforts, no security measure is infallible, and no method of data transmission is entirely immune to potential interception or misuse.
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We may rely on co-counsel for some or all of the cases. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.