"Firm" or "us" or "we") uses and discloses
personally identifiable information as you use our website,
www.bertralaw.com (the "Website"). This policy does not apply to information provided
to us in the course of an attorney-client relationship or information
protected by confidentiality, the attorney-client privilege, the attorney
work product doctrine or any other applicable protection. Nothing in this
policy should be construed to create an attorney-client relationship with
visitors to our Website or to detract from any of the protections resulting
from such relationship.
If you contact us through the Website or by email, we may keep a record
of your "personally identifying information." "Personally
identifying information" means information that identifies you, such
as your name, address, phone number, fax number or email address and is
provided to us voluntarily. You are not required to provide us with that
information to visit the Website, but you may choose to provide such information
to us. We use your contact information to respond to your inquiries and
to send you information that you may request.
We do not gather, distribute or make available to any third party any personally
identifiable information about any visitors.
In accordance with Connecticut Public Act 08-167, the Firm maintains a
our clients, employees and job applicants from misuse by third parties.
It is our policy to (i) protect the confidentiality of social security
numbers and non-public personal information; (ii) prohibit the unlawful
disclosure of social security numbers and non-public information; and
(iii) limit access to social security numbers and non-public information.
We maintain procedural safeguards to protect social security numbers,
including limiting access to and disclosure of documents that contain
social security numbers. We do not share social security numbers with
third parties unless it is necessary for business purposes or is required
by law, or we obtain your consent to do so.
Please note that submission of an email to the Firm or to any of our attorneys
or any other communication through the Website does not create an attorney-client
relationship or any other privileged relationship. If you disclose information
to us in this manner, there is no attorney-client privilege or any other
protection that you can expect in connection with such information, and
we have the right to use or disclose any information that is disclosed
to the Firm or to any of our attorneys. Do not disclose any information
that you wish to remain private or confidential.
Brower or Laura Gifford at 203-226-1001.