You do not have to disclose any personally-identifiable information to use our website. The only personally identifiable information that TRS&G collects through the website is information that you voluntarily provide to us. If you send us an email asking a question or seeking information, you are sending us your email address and perhaps your name and other personally identifiable information. We will use this information to send you a response, and we may keep a record of your request or inquiry. We will not use your personally identifiable information for any other purpose, except as provided below.
TRS&G reserves the right to release personally identifiable information obtained through the website when we believe that disclosure is necessary or appropriate to comply with the law, or to protect the safety or property of visitors to our site, our clients, ourselves or our employees, or the general public. TRS&G also reserves the right to disclose personally identifiable information to third-party contractors that we hire to assist us with the operation of our website or other aspects of our business, provided the contractors need access to such information in order to perform the services we request and provided they agree to keep such information confidential. Finally, in the event that TRS&G were to merge with another law firm or, unlikely as it may be, otherwise transfer substantially all of its assets to another entity, information collected from our website visitors would be among the transferred assets.
The information we obtain through our website is stored on servers that are maintained in protected environments. However, no physical or electronic security system is impenetrable. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the security of the servers or the databases used to store our website information, nor can we guarantee that information you send us over the Internet will not be intercepted. You understand the risk and provide any personal information to us at your own risk.