Your use of this web site, contacting Eastwood Law, PS via one of our online contact forms, or sending of email to Eastwood Law, PS, does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Eastwood Law, PS or any of its individual attorneys.
Eastwood Law, PS respects your privacy and will never sell or transfer your personal information, including your email address, to any third party, nor will we share the contents of any message you send us with anyone else, except as explicitly stated here, in our fee agreement, or allowed by law.
If you choose to contact us by completing one of the contact forms on our website, your message is automatically forwarded to us. We may retain the information you provide us in a database. Again, none of this information is sold or shared with any outside third party.
As with most website today, navigating this website may cause some information to be collected and personal information may be tracked. This may occur when you supply information to us through form, whether or not you actually submit the form to us. It may also occur by using data-tracking software that tells us what parts of the website you have browsed. We may collect other information about you, such as your IP address, geographic information, the type of the web browser and operating system you use, and any other information that your web browsing software or Internet Service Provider automatically provides to us. We may be collecting and tracking information about your activities on our website. We may also use “cookies” to keep track of our visitors. You agree that we may aggregate any information which we collect or maintain, and that we may use such aggregated information for internal analysis or for marketing purposes. We may disclose aggregate, de-identified data (i.e. stripped of information that identifies you) to third parties in connection with such analysis and/or marketing. By using our website, you expressly consent to the collection and use of the limited information identified.
We may disclose your information to: (1) comply with applicable laws; (2) respond to governmental inquiries; (3) comply with valid legal process; (4) protect our rights or property; or (5) facilitate your request for case evaluation.