Privacy Policy and Terms of Use

Basic Information Needed To Know If We Can Represent You

The information that you enter is important to us.  Please know that we will only use the information that you enter for the internal purposes of evaluating whether we can accept your personal injury or medical malpractice case to include a check for conflicts of interest that may exist.  For example, we need to know whether we represent a person in which you intend to make a claim against to make sure that we are not already representing that person.  Under such circumstances, we would not be able to undertake representation of you because of a relationship with an existing client.

Entering Information Is Not Privileged Or Confidential

Any information that you enter through our website is not considered confidential or privileged unless an attorney-client relationship is created by execution of required contracts in writing.

No Attorney-Client Relationship Created

Any information that you enter through our website unilaterally does not create an attorney-client relationship, obligate us to accept your case, or prevent us from accepting any other case.  Florida Bar rules require all contingency fee agreements to be made in writing.  No attorney-client relationship exists before the execution of a written contract required by the Florida Bar.

Information On Website Not Considered Legal Advice

Further, the information contained on this website is for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.  Each case involves unique factual circumstances.  The information provided on this website may or may not apply to your case or situation.  Legal advice specifically for your case should come from an attorney who you have retained to represent on your specific case.

Use Of Information Collected

Any personal information collected through this website will not be sold to third parties or re-used for any purpose beyond whether we can accept your case except that such information may be placed in your file should your case be accepted by us and an attorney-client relationship entered into.  The information that you enter may also be used to determine whether there is a conflict of interest with a current or former client.

Further, by visiting our site, the computers involved may reveal information such as an IP address or other identifying information that may be logged by our servers or servers that your computer uses to access this site.

Our site may use “cookies” or other data methods to improve access to the site and/or identify repeat visitors.  Use of this site implies consent to any such information resulting from the use of such data.

This web site contains links to other sites.  Please be aware that we are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of such other sites.

Consent and Limitation of Liability

For any information that you enter through this site, you agree that we may contact you with such information.

By using this site, you consent to all of the above and any reasonable uses of the information collected.  Further, use of this site implies that you release us from any and all liability for damages, consequential or otherwise, arising from disclosure of information collected by this site, including in the event of any unauthorized security breach.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policy and the terms of use of this site, please contact us at the information listed.  Thank you.

    (863) 248-4300
    1135 Lakeland Hills Blvd.
    Lakeland, Florida 33805


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