The personally-identifying information collected in this website, which is voluntary provided by the customer, is used solemnly for the purpose to deliver the specific legal services requested. While visiting our webpage, our server gathers and stores information that are crucial to perform towards an expected result for your legal inquiry. Said information could be the customer’s name, date of birth, address, email address, marital status, medical history, date of incident, description of incident, injuries & other damages, active insurance policies, financial information, et al.
The non-personally identifying information collected and stored by our server does not personally identify the customer individually, such as the customer internet domain and internet protocol address, the type of browser and operating system used to access our site, the date and time of visit to our site, the web pages or services accessed at this site, the IP address of the website from which the customer came to this site, the website to which the customer goes when leaving this site, if the customer downloaded a form, and which form that was downloaded. The customer personal and sensitive information is protected by federal and the California state laws and regulations, and it will not be shared to a third party unless involved with your legal matter, for example, a medical provider, an expert witness, or other parties involved. The Kamell Lawyers Group reserves the right to access, use, preserve, or disclose personal information as required by law or in the good faith belief that such action is reasonably necessary to comply with the law or legal process served, to protect, and to defend the rights, interests or property of the people involved.
See below the ways The Kamell Lawyers Group would collect the customer data:
- User input: If a website requires users to register, users will usually have to provide personally-identifying information, such their name, address, telephone number, email address, age, and/or credit card number. In addition, a website might ask for other information from the user, such as interests, gender, user name, and other demographic information;
- Derivative data: Most websites collect non-personally-identifying information that web browsers make available, including the user’s IP address, operating system, browsing history, and statistical data;
- Web cookies: Web cookies are small text files that are stored on a user’s computer. Each time the user submits a query to the website, the user’s web browser sends the text file back to the website, allowing the website to keep track of users, remember important information and customize web pages;
- Web beacons: A web beacon is small file embedded in an email or web page that allows websites to invisibly monitor a user and see if the user has viewed their content;
- Social media: If users can connect their social media accounts to the website, certain information may be disclosed by the social media network to the website.
The Kamell Lawyers Group uses this information to evaluate and improve the content of its site and to make it more useful to its customers and potential clients. The Kamell Lawyers Group also use it to diagnose, maintain, and manage problems with its server, to acknowledge the website traffic flow, to track and analyze the activities and the different types of technology used. The information collected is also used for the purposes of electronic communication with its customers.
The Kamell Lawyers Group does not advertise for any third party in its website. If the customer suspects of any unauthorized use of his / her content, they should inform the Firm immediately. Should the customer have any questions, concerns, comments, or should like to unsubscribe, they should send an e-mail to our office.