Collection of Information
1. This website collects certain information about visitors, even when they are not logged in. The website may record your IP address, the URLs of the websites and pages you visit (before, during and after your visit to our website), the times and dates of such visits, information about the computer hardware and software you use, and other information that may be available. Also, The Patterson Law Firm may place “cookies” on your computer to recognize you on your return visits to enable the firm to enhance your browsing experience, as well as to collect additional information about you. You may adjust your browser settings or use other means to prevent cookies from being placed on your computer, but doing so may result in reduced functionality and a less personalized browsing experience.
Use of Information
1. The firm uses the information that it collects about you to improve your browsing experience by personalizing the website to your interest and also to help select content and services that you may find interesting and useful. Information about the content you visit and services you use may be used alone or in conjunction with information collected from other users to help us tailor our website to better suit your needs and interests.
Transfers of Information
Information Sent from the Website is Not Secure
Any information sent to the firm by e-mail or through the website is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis. Any information you send to the firm over the Internet, either through the firm’s website or via email is done at your own risk.
Sending Information Does Not Form an Attorney-Client Relationship
Transmission of information from this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and the firm, nor is it intended to do so. The transmission of the website, in part or in whole, and/or any communication with us via Internet e-mail through this site does not constitute or create an attorney-client relationship between us and any recipients.