Thank you for visiting the website of Schwartz Law. We take your privacy seriously and work diligently to protect any personal information collected through the use of our website.
Data Collection and Cookies
As you navigate our site, Schwartz Law may collect or track information that your web browsing software or Internet Service Provider (ISP) automatically supplies to our website. This can include your IP address, geographic information, and the type of web browser and operating system you used to access our site.
Our website may also use “cookies,” or small data files sent to your device in order to provide a better user experience. Cookies allow your browser to remember information about your recent session on a website including but not limited to, the amount of time spent on the site, pages clicked, and the date and time you accessed the site. This information allows us to better understand what our users are interested in, so we can ensure our site is relevant to their needs. If you do not wish for cookies to be stored on your device, you may configure your browser settings to limit, block, or delete existing cookies. However, disabling cookies may limit your access to certain parts of our website.
Additionally, Schwartz Law may collect personal information that you submit to us through our online contact form such as your name, address, or email address. We may use this information to respond to your submission and contact you about our legal services.
The information we collect is only used for internal analysis and to improve our website and marketing. Schwartz Law may share aggregate information with carefully selected third parties that are associated with such internal analysis and/or marketing efforts. We will not sell, trade, or transfer personally identifying information to other parties for their own direct advertising purposes.
Our Content Does Not Equal Legal Advice
As stated in our disclaimer, the content on our site is intended to educate and inform readers of our services and general information related to the law. It is not equivalent to legal advice and should not be construed as such. You should always consult a lawyer for legal advice on your specific situation. Our content does not compare our services to other lawyers or suggest that the quality of our legal services is greater than those performed by other lawyers.
Furthermore, using the content or features of our site does not obligate Schwartz Law to represent you. While we invite you to contact us, calls or submitting information online does not immediately constitute an attorney-client relationship. We urge you to refrain from sending confidential information until an attorney-client relationship has been formed.