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What Information Is Collected By GFTLawyers.com?
GFTLawyers.com collects certain information from and about its users in three ways -- directly from the user, from our Web server logs, and with cookies.
When you enter data on our web site this information is stored and used to assist in responding to your request. This information may be shared with affiliates of the firm or third parties in order to ultimately connect the user with a legal service provider. The user retains control of the information provided by not providing information they do not wish to share. Limiting the information provided may also limit the services available.
Additionally, IP (Internet Protocol) addresses are collected when the user visits the site, which include the time of the visit, referring location, and tracking information. Also, at times a verification may be received that you have received and opened a e-mail.
When you visit any website, including www.GFTLawyers.com, a cookie is stored on your web browers and can later be accessed. No information is collected from cookies on your machine.
GFT nor GFTLawyers.com cannot ensure or warrant the security of any personal information you transmit to us. Ultimately, you are responsible for maintain the security and secrecy of any information you do not wish to disclose including any passwords or personal account information.
How and When Information Is Used?
GFT, uses the information collected to provide legal services to users.
Information provided to GFT will be used to respond to your inquires and contact you regarding our services and those of our affiliates and third parties. GFT may send you targeted promotional material to inform you of services you may be interested in. You may opt out of receiving this information by notifying us by e-mail at GFT@GFTLawyers.com or by mail to Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, LLP Attn: Marketing Department, One World Trade Canter, Suite 1740, Long Beach, California 90831.
If you make a payment that exceeds your outstanding balance and retainer, GFT will credit the difference within 15 days of receiving written notice of the overpayment. You can send your written notice regarding possible overpayment to:Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, LLP
One World Trade Center, Suite 1740
Long Beach, CA 90831
Note: On your written notice of overpayment, please remember to include your name, address and phone contact information, as well as the Client Code for the account on which the overpayment was made. GFT does not provide any refunds of online payments except in cases where the online payment exceeds the outstanding balance and retainer of your account.If you should have any questions or comments please direct them to GFT@GFTLawyers.com