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David S. Walker applies applicable data protection and privacy law compliance, and terms of service to protect your personal information
What Information Does Your Company Collect?
In providing legal services and communicating with clients and potential clients, through this website or or otherwise, our office will obtain and store some of your personal information.
Information such as your name, address, telephone numbers, email addresses, credit card information, and other contact information may be obtained and stored. All information that you give us is voluntary.
Usage and analytics data
Our office may collect usage and other data for improving the site’s functionality. We may collect information that concerns your Internet service provider, IP address, viewed pages, time and duration of site visits, crash logs, and other information relating to site usage.
Most web browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. You can reset your web browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. Please note, however, that certain features of the site might not function if you delete or disable cookies. The site’s cookies do not infiltrate a user’s hard drive to collect any information stored on the hard drive.
Potential clients or clients may send messages through our website, through emails or other media, and the company reserves its right to retain this information indefinitely.
Our practice might use personal information for periodic general announcements to clients. These can include notifications, updates regarding the practice or the site, and so forth. You should contact our office if you do not wish to receive this type of information.
Third party service provider
Your company might need to use personal user data in connection with website maintenance, upgrades, new releases, or analytics data review or compilation. Our practice may be required to share user data with any third-party service providers that it might engage to assist in these efforts. Third-party service providers must show that they have adequate security processes in place to guard your data.
Sharing of personal information
Sharing with legal support service providers
At times we use outside service providers, such as process servers, court reporters, associate attorneys or paralegals, and disclose your personal information may be required in these
Compliance with laws
Safeguarding personal information
Our practice will use necessary practices to safeguard your personal data. Nevertheless, we are unable to guarantee that user data will be immune from malicious attack or compromise; as such, the users should understand that their transmission of personal data is always at their own risk.
United States of America Law, and the law of the state of Georgia, Applies
Our practice is located in the United States of America, and therefore all data is subject to the laws of the United States of America, and state of Georgia, regardless of the country from which their data originates.
Correcting or changing personal information Our clients can correct, update, or change their personal information: inquiries such as this should be directed to David S. Walker, r his staff
Be involved in safety safeguarding your personal information
You are urged to carefully protect your personal information you submit on this site, such as location, images, usernames, passwords, and the like. Personal Information stored in or obtained from our practice should generally not be released to the public domain.