At Arias Law, PLLC your privacy is our priority. We are committed to protecting your privacy at all times, in all situations. The information we collect about you when you become a prospect client or an actual client could be used for our marketing communications to you, to assist you in the services you inquire, and to provide a more personalized experience on our site. We at Arias Law, PLLC do not guarantee complete security on stored information; however, have implemented many security policies and conditions to help protect your confidential information.
How Do We Use the Information We Collect?
When you become an Arias Law, PLLC prospect client or an actual client, we may ask you to fill out a form that requests your name, address and e-mail address as well as some demographic information such as gender and date of birth. Arias Law, PLLC may share your Personal Information with third-party service providers that perform services on our behalf, such as web-hosting companies, mailing vendors, analytics providers, event hosting services, marketing strategy and campaign providers, and information technology providers.
Arias Law, PLLC may disclose your Personal Information to service providers, advisors, potential transactional partners, or other third parties in connection with the consideration, negotiation, or completion of a transaction in which Arias Law, PLLC is acquired by or merged/partnered with another business, or we sell, liquidate, or transfer all or a portion of our assets.
Your name and address information are used to communicate with you, to assist you in the services you inquired, and to provide a more personalized experience. Without your consent, this information will NEVER be sold, given, rented or traded to others for purposes other than Arias Law, PLLC internal operations or as stated in this Private Policy and or the Terms and Conditions.
Your demographic information (gender, date of birth, etc.) will be used for several security purposes, to ensure you are who you say you are and if paying with your credit cards to deter the use of stolen credit cards.
Our Use of Log File:
When you visit our site we automatically log your IP address, your browser type and your access times. We utilize this information to conduct site performance evaluations, to see where visitors are coming from and to keep track of click stream data (the screens our users visit on our site). This data helps us to determine what content our prospect client or an actual client finds most appealing so that we can maximize your enjoyment of the site. Log files are not tied to personally identifiable information.
How We May Use Your Personal Information
- to determine your legal needs;
- to provide you with legal and other services you request;
- to create and manage your account;
- to respond to your inquiries and communicate with you, including placing calls or sending texts using any automated technology, including prerecorded messages;
- to send you newsletters, legal updates, event information, marketing communications, and other information that may interest you;
- to operate, troubleshoot, and improve our service to you;
- to understand how people are using the services, including by generating and analyzing statistics;
- to improve and customize communications and advertisements;
- to evaluate, recruit, and hire personnel;
- to enforce our Terms and Conditions;
- to comply with applicable laws, regulations, and legal processes; and/or
- to protect our rights or property, and the security and integrity of our business, the services, users, and our third-party business partners and service providers.
All Arias Law, PLLC employees take your personal information very seriously. All employees must learn and obey our security policies. Access to prospect client or an actual client personal information is limited to key management personnel and our prospect client or an actual client services department. The information is ID and password protected and our Web security is reviewed on a periodically.
Correcting/Updating Your Personal Information or Unsubscribing
After becoming an Arias Law, PLLC prospect client or an actual client personal you may correct/update your personal information or if you do not wish to receive more communications from Arias Law, PLLC you may contact us through the ‘Contact Us’ section and state your specific request.
Links to Other Sites
Though we make every effort to preserve user privacy, we may need to disclose personal information when required by law wherein we have a good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order or legal process served on our Web site or law firm.
Arias Law, PLLC and its attorneys provide “Of Counsel” services to Hoyos Mejia, P.L.; accordingly, by using this website and or providing information to us you acknowledge and consent that your information may be shared among Arias Law, PLLC and Hoyos Mejia, P.L. in as needed basis.
We may correct or supplement your address information with standardized postal representation in order to ensure that our communications to you are delivered. We do this since we want to make sure that our prospect clients or an actual clients receive the information or services for which they contacted us and to lower costs associated with our programs.
Cookies are pieces of information that your browser stores on your computer’s hard drive which identify you when you enter. We may use session cookies to provide a seamless experience on the site and to combine with our log files so that we can understand our site traffic and analyze our demographic information. If you have set your browser to reject cookies, our site may not identify you when you enter and you will need to manually type in your information.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance
Our website and services are all directed to people who are at least 13 years old or older. In compliance with COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) we do not collect any information online from anyone under 13 years of age. Please let us know if you believe we may have collected such information without parental or guardian consent.
California Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance
Your Feedback is Always Welcome
If you no longer wish to receive marketing communications from us, you can let us know by sending an email to JCA@juancarias.com or by mail at the address provided in the “Contact Us” section.
Mail: Arias Law, PLLC, 11000 SW 104th St., Unit 161005, Miami, FL 33116