Lewis Law does not collect personally identifiable information (i.e., information that can be used to identify or contact you, such as your name, E-mail address, or mailing address) from you unless you voluntarily choose to submit that information. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION TO US UNTIL YOU SPEAK WITH ONE OF OUR ATTORNEYS AND RECEIVE AUTHORIZATION TO DO SO. ANY UNSOLICITED REQUEST OR INFORMATION RECEIVED BY LEWIS LAW WILL NOT BE REGARDED AS CONFIDENTIAL. Should you choose to submit personally identifiable information after receiving authorization from one of our attorneys to do so, that information will be used for the purposes for which you have provided it, and for other purposes that are consistent with this Privacy Statement, and permitted by law. Lewis Law does not share personally identifiable information with unrelated third parties except as permitted by law, and undertakes reasonable steps to protect personally identifiable information it receives.
We collect the personal information you knowingly provide (using your mouse and keyboard) when you use this Website. The information we collect depends on how you use this Website.
We collect information that is sent to us automatically by your Web browser. This information typically includes your IP address, the identity of your Internet Service Provider, the name and version of your operating system, the name and version of your browser, the date and time of your visit, and the pages you visit. An “IP address” is a unique number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you connect to the Internet. It is used to identify your computer’s “location” in cyberspace, so that the information you request can be delivered to you. If you use a dial-up connection or a connection that assigns dynamic IP addresses, your computer will be assigned a new IP Address each time you connect to the Internet. If, however, your computer is permanently connected to the Internet using a static IP address, the IP address assigned to your computer will generally be the same each time you use your computer. Although it does not identify you by name, we treat your IP address as your personal information.
Generally, we do not link the information provided by your browser to information that identifies you by name. You should know, however, that when you access this Site by clicking on a link in an electronic communication you receive from us, your browser tells us that someone has clicked on a particular link in that particular electronic communication. We use this information to improve our marketing efforts. In addition, we review our server logs — which contain visitors’ IP addresses — for security and fraud prevention purposes. If criminal activity is suspected, we may share our server logs and the personal information we have collected through this Site with the appropriate investigative authorities who could use that information to trace and identify individuals.
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may set your browser to reject cookies or to alert you when a cookie is placed on your computer. You may also delete our cookies as soon as you leave this Site. Although you are not required to accept our cookies when you visit this Site, you will not be able to use all of the features and functionality of this Site if you set your browser to reject cookies.
Service Providers. We may share your personal information with companies that perform services on our behalf, such as credit card verification, online recruiting, and Web hosting service providers.
While Lewis Law strives to safeguard your personal information, data transmission over the Internet, including e-mail, cannot be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Therefore, Lewis Law cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit, and any information you transmit is done at your own risk. Lewis Law cannot be responsible for disclosures of your personal information due to errors in transmission or unauthorized acts of third parties, and encourages you to exercise prudence in selecting the information you send via the Internet, including via e-mail.
If you would like to contact us with questions or comments concerning the privacy of your information, please notify us by contacting the following:
Lewis Law LLC
1205 N. Walnut Street
Bloomington, IN 47404