Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to McCreary Law Office (“the firm”). This privacy policy is intended both to: 1) describe how the firm’s website may collect and use information from your Internet enabled device (i.e. your computer, tablet, smartphone or other device — and browsers or apps used to access the Internet), and 2) describe how you may opt out of any such collection and use. Please contact the firm if you have questions about the privacy policy.

Data collection and cookies. Features or partners of the firm’s website may collect data including, but not limited to: the number of visitors to the site, the time spent on the site and pages clicked, the types of devices used to access the site, and the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of visitors. The firm uses this information to improve the website and marketing. This data is collected by sending cookies (or similar tracking technology) to your device. Personal information cannot be collected via cookies and other tracking technology; if you previously provided personally identifiable information, however, cookies may be tied to such information. Aggregate cookie and tracking information may be shared with third parties; and this privacy policy does not cover third parties’ use of cookies. You may configure your device to limit or prevent access by cookies, such as to notify you when you receive a cookie, to block all cookies, or to delete existing cookies.

Partners and features that collect information. The firm’s website marketing partners or features that collect data as described above may include, among others, Google Analytics, other analytics programs, and Google AdWords remarketing service. Remarketing involves tracking devices that have visited the firm’s website in order to display ads for the firm’s services on other websites. Use these links to learn how Google uses data it collects, to prevent Google Analytics from using data from your device, or to opt out of Google’s interest-based ads.

Information you send McCreary Law Office. Please see the firm’s disclaimer, which generally addresses information you intentionally send to McCreary Law Office using e-mail or any contact form on this website or through other online systems used by McCreary Law Office. If you submit your name or contact information to McCreary Law Office, it may be used to send you information about the firm’s services. You may opt out of receiving further information by contacting the firm or, where applicable, by using an “unsubscribe” option included in communications. McCreary Law Office will not sell or give your personally identifying information to other parties for their own direct advertising purposes.

Security Procedures. McCreary Law Office restricts access to non-public personal information about you to those persons who need such information to provide products or services to you. McCreary Law Office maintains physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to guard your non-public personal information. However, electronic data transmission cannot be guaranteed and is subject to errors and tampering. McCreary Law Office cannot warrant the security of transmitted information and will not be liable for such.

Changes to this policy. The firm reserves the right to update this policy. If the firm makes updates, the modification date will be updated below.

Last modified. April 29, 2020

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