Kelly, Parker & Cohen, LLP / kpc-law.com understands how important your privacy is to you and we want to insure that you are comfortable and understand that we take pride in protecting your privacy. This document will explain to you exactly what information that we collect when you visit our site and when you place an inquiry on our site. It also explains how we use that information and how you can change how we use it.
Information we collect
- Personal Information – If you place an inquiry at http://www.kpc-law.com / we may collect certain personal information from you including your name, address, telephone number, email address. This information is considered personally identifiable. This information is protected by the use secure web server and is protected by other internal systems that we have in effect.
Disclosing your information
There are only extreme cases when we will disclose your personal information. They include (but are not limited to) cases where we are requested to do so by law through a governmental agency, a court order or if we believe that it is required to be in compliance with any law. We may also need to disclose this information if we believe that you may cause danger to yourself or to others.
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How we protect your personal information
Kelly, Parker & Cohen, LLP / kpc-law.com safeguards the security of your information with physical, electronic, and other managerial procedures. All of your information is restricted in our offices. Only employees who need the information to perform a specific job (for example, our billing or a customer service representative) are granted access to your personal information. Our employees must use password-protected accounts to access such customer information. Furthermore, all employees are kept up-to-date on our security and privacy practices/ procedures.
Our site uses standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology on all contact pages and other where personal information is required. This protects the confidentiality of your personal information while it is transmitted over the web/ internet and specifically information transmitted only our website. We urge you to take every precaution to protect your personal data when you are on the Internet. Change your passwords often, use a combination of letters and numbers (alphanumeric characters) plus ensure your use a secure browser.
Email Lists – We set up an email list for the convenience of our visitors. This email list often provides you with advanced notification regarding new services, sales offers, and other news from Kelly, Parker & Cohen, LLP / kpc-law.com. Email addresses will not be shared with anyone outside of the staff of Kelly, Parker & Cohen, LLP.
If you are on Kelly, Parker & Cohen, LLP / kpc-law.com, email list and wish to be removed from it you may do so by emailing us at email@example.com . We will remove you as quickly as possible. We ask you to bear with us as this may require a reset of our server. You may receive one or more additional emails before you are removed from the list.
Regular / Direct Mailing List – We may also maintain postal mailing list. You may remove your name from that list by calling us at (717) 920-2220 or by sending us a written request at the address on the mail. Please include your mailing label with all written requests to ensure that we can locate your information. You may receive one more mailing from us before you are removed from our mailing list.
Please note that email is not data encrypted. Lack of data encryption means that your emails are not considered a secure means of transmitting personal information. We will never ask for sensitive personally identifiable information via email.
If you go to other websites from links on our page(s) they will have different privacy policies, and terms of service. Please understand that Kelly, Parker & Cohen, LLP / kpc-law.com is not responsible for the content of any of these other sites. It is up to you as the visitor to that site to ensure that you review their terms of service as well as their privacy policies.
Changes to this policy
Last Updated on 31st Dec 2015