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Enfield Law PLLC may collect information about our website visitors directly through our web apps and forms, from our web server logs, and through cookies.
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If you enter data and information into a form on this website, we may require you to provide some personal information (e.g. email address and name). We ask that you do not submit any confidential or personally identifiable information (“PII” – e.g. date of birth; home address; social security number; drivers license number; credit card or bank account numbers and information). If you submit PII using this website, you do so at your own risk. We will not be liable or responsible for consequences related to any PII that you provide through this website.
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If, after reviewing your information, we believe that we are unable to assist you with your matter or inquiry, we may refer you to another attorney, firm or organization and share the information you provided us after doing appropriate conflict of interest checks.
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Created January 25, 2017