Your use of the VSF website signifies your acceptance of the terms of this privacy policy and the accompanying terms of use, which are incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth herein. If you do not agree to these terms, then use another quick method of contact, such as a phone call or appointment.

This privacy policy is designed to inform you about what personally identifiable information (“PII”) this site collects, and what will be done with it. PII is understood to refer to information that would allow you to be identified or contacted, such as your name, physical address, e-mail address or telephone number. You may elect to provide PII to VSF by means of e-mail or other communication. Such PII will be used for the purpose for which submitted only, mostly to work on your case and stay in contact. Your PII is not shared with third parties except under very specific circumstances. Those circumstances include: (1) situations in which you have given your express consent, (2) when a service provided on the site requires that PII be shared with a service provider that has agreed not to disclose the information to third parties, (3) pursuant to a lawful request by a court of competent jurisdiction or upon presentation of a valid law enforcement warrant, (4) in circumstances where we, as lawyers, are required to seek to protect personal or public safety.

Our website resides on a server; it automatically collects data about your visit to this site, including your web browser type, operating system type, and what pages linked you to this site. We may utilize such aggregated traffic data to interpret the popularity of our website, and to develop improvements to it. Our website may make use of temporary files or “session” cookies in order to enable the basic functionality of the site and to track and assess visitor behavior on the site. Most web browsers have the capability of rejecting cookies, and if you are concerned about their usage, you are encouraged to click that option yourself.

For now, you should assume that we are not sharing your information with anyone but you, but we are required to advise you that an attorney-client, confidential relationship does not yet exist. Therefore, at no time should you disclose confidential information to VSF, through the web site or otherwise, prior to becoming a client, unless you are willing to take that risk to get some free information from us. Confidential information is any information that you do not want anyone else to know and which is not already public knowledge. An attorney-client relationship may only be formed when we agree to provide representation in a matter, you have provided an advance fee deposit, and we both sign a written agreement.

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