This page explains the privacy practices for the attorney advertising website for Milles Law, a Tallahassee personal injury law firm. Our attorneys do not sell, distribute or share personally identifiable information with third parties, unless the law requires us to do so. We always work diligently to prevent the unauthorized sale or use of your personal information, and work to prevent the accidental loss of such information as well.
We may use this website to collect certain personally identifiable information. This may include your name, contact information and other data. We may also collect additional personal or non-personal information about you in the future or collect certain information about other visitors.
We may record your location, IP address, the URLs of the website that directed you to our site, the URLs of the pages you visit on our website, the dates and times of each visit, and/or information about the computer hardware and software you use, as well as other information that may be available. Milles Law uses this information only for the operation and maintenance of our website and also to provide general statistics regarding the use of our services.
Milles Law may collect and use your personal information as part of the operation of our website. We also use this information to deliver the information or service you request, and also to improve your browsing experience and the experience of other visitors by personalizing the site. We may use information about the content you visit and services you use alone or in conjunction with information collected from other users. This helps us tailor our services to better suit the needs and interests of our users.
At Milles Law, we do not sell, rent or lease any of our customer lists or information to third parties. However, we reserve the right to disclose any information that we obtain through our website to appropriate authorities, without notice, if required by law or any governmental agency.
Information sent through contact forms and emails to Milles Law may not be secure. Therefore, you choose to share this information at your own risk.