Privacy Policy

Cawthon Law (“the Firm”) is committed to protecting your privacy.  This Privacy Policy describes the personal information collected through this website, when and how the Firm might use that information, how the Firm protects that information, and the choices you have with respect to your personal information.

The Firm collects information about its visitors: (1) directly from the visitor; (2) from web server logs; and (3) through cookies.  The Firm uses the information to provide a personalized Internet experience that delivers the information, resources, and services that are most relevant and helpful to visitors.  The Firm will respond to inquiries from its website visitors, but does not provide or sell, rent, or lease information to third parties unless otherwise required by law or if the Firm believes in good faith that sharing the information is necessary to protect its rights.  Contact the Firm any time to: (1) opt out of any future contact from the Firm; (2) understand what information, if any, the Firm has about you; and/or (3) modify, correct or delete any information the Firm has about you.

User-supplied information. If you fill out the “contact” form on this website, the Firm will ask you to provide some personal information.  Information that you provide to the Firm through the contact form will be used to respond to your inquiry and may also be used to communicate with you in the future.  Please do not submit any confidential, proprietary or sensitive personally identifiable information.  If you submit any such information, you do so at your own risk and we will not be liable to you or responsible for consequences of your submission.

Web server logs.  The Firm may track information about your visit and store that information in web server logs (records of the activities on its website) to help administer the website, gauge the usefulness and popularity of the web pages, protect the website and its contact from inappropriate uses and improve visitor experience.

Cookies.  The Firm may send cookies to your computer in order to uniquely identify your browser and provide a personal experience.  Cookies are small pieces of data that a website sends to your computer’s hard drive while you are viewing the website.  The Firm may use both session cookies (which expire once you close your browser) and persistent cookies (which stay on your computer until you delete them).  The use of cookies is fairly standard, however, you have the ability to accept or decline cookies using your web browser settings.  If you choose to disable cookies, some areas of the website may not work properly or at all.  The Firm’s website does not alter, change or respond upon receiving Do Not Track requests or signals sent by your browser.

Protection.  The Firm maintains security measures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, misuse, or disclosure.  However, no exchange of data over the internet can be guaranteed as 100% secure.  While the Firm makes every effort to protect your personal information shared through its website, you acknowledge that the personal information you voluntarily share with the Firm through its website could be accessed or tampered with by a third party.  You agree that the Firm is not responsible for any intercepted information shared through its website without the Firm’s knowledge or permission.  Additionally, you release the Firm, and each of its principals, shareholders, employees, agents, contractors, and representatives from any and all claims arising out of or related to the use of such intercepted information in any unauthorized manner.

Third-Party Links.  The website may contain links to third-party websites, which have their own privacy policies.  The Firm is not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of third parties.

Cawthon Law reserves the right to change this policy at any time without advance notice.  Any such privacy policy change will be posted here.