Privacy Policy

Braden, Thompson, Poltrack & Mundy, LLP (“the Firm”) operates this website to provide general information about its attorneys, staff, and various legal services.

This Privacy Policy is designed to inform visitors about the collection, disclosure, and use of information that is collected by this website.  All collected information will be used solely for the purpose of improving the Firm’s effort to provide the highest quality legal services.

I. INFORMATION COLLECTION AND USE

To promote the best experience with the Firm and this website, the Firm may request that visitors provide certain personally identifiable information, including but not limited to name, address, and telephone number.  This information will be used solely for the purpose of responding to any requests for additional information or appointments.  Except as required by law, the Firm will never disclose or share any collected information with any third-party.

II. ACCESS TO, AND CONTROL OVER, INFORMATION

Although the Firm does not anticipate making any unsolicited contact, any visitor may opt out of any future contact by contacting the Firm via email, telephone, or United States mail.  Any visitor may also contact the Firm at any time for the purpose of determining what data the Firm has collected, correcting or modifying any collected information, or expressing any comments, concerns, or questions about the manner in which the Firm collects, discloses, and uses personal information.

III. SECURITY

The Firm ardently strives to safeguard all collected information.  Any time that sensitive information is submitted through this website, the information is encrypted and securely transmitted.  Beyond online security, the Firm also scrupulously protects all information that is stored offline.  Only those employees who require the information for a specific purpose, such as billing or customer service, will be granted access to the sensitive information.  All computers and servers on which collected information is stored are kept in a safe and secure environment.

IV. COOKIES

The Firm may use “cookies” on this website.  A cookie is a piece of data that is stored on the visitor’s hard drive to help the Firm improve the visitor’s access to, and use of, this website, as well as enabling the Firm to identify repeat visitors to the website.  Cookies can also assist the Firm’s effort to monitor visitor interests and thereby enhance the visitor’s overall experience with this website.  The use of a cookie is not linked in any manner to any personally identifiable information on this website.

V. CHANGES TO PRIVACY POLICY

To better serve the public, the Firm reserves the right to update this Privacy Policy from time to time.  All changes to, and updates of, this Privacy Policy will be effective commensurate with the “Effective Date” that is set forth herein.

Effective Date:  August 1, 2018