If you have any questions about this policy, you can contact us at (760) 994 4992.
Contacting Us Via This Website
When you contact our law office through one of the forms on this website, that form and its content is sent to the personal e-mail address of each attorney with the firm, and in that process it passes through an additional network to our server. At any point along that path, your communication can be read by any of the administrators on the servers that are linked from your computer to our computer.
You should know that e-mail's can be tracked, a copy of any e-mail received by our firm can be placed in a database, and a copy of any e-mail can be read by or placed in the database of any provider along its path from origin to destination. That process is not unique to our firm; it is inherent to the Internet. That database can become evidence in a legal proceeding. In any database, the information about your ISP provider's name and your computer's IP address can be associated with any e-mail you send. That database may be erased on a daily basis, or at any other time. It is our practice to erase e-mail's immediately. We do not share this information. We do not sell e-mail addresses, names, nor other personal information.
If you submit a case to us for review and that submission is made on this website, the information that you submit is not confidential and cannot be privileged. That information can be read by others.
Contacting Our Firm Off-line
If you contact our firm for legal advice, we may collect additional information about you, including your social security number, date of birth, and address. We may also collect additional information about the specifics of your case.
In many instances, information about your case, including your name, address, and date of birth are available to the public on the Imperial County Superior Court website. We may access that information, as well as the attorney information related to your case at that website. Additionally, we may access other sources for information to confirm your identity, your case, and the facts of your case, as applicable.
Privileged communications include only those communications conducted in a confidential environment and means. Questions regarding confidentiality between a lawyer and his or her client must be addressed between the lawyer and the client. In any regard, you should not expect confidentiality with regard to your communications on the Internet or this site.
If you meet with or talk via telephone to an attorney at Williams & Singh, LLP, your communication with the attorney WILL be privileged, provided you have not allowed a third-party to listen to the communication.
Abusing This Website
We record data about spam mail and spam users of our website. If any harmful files are sent to the e-mail addresses or through the forms on this website, a report is made to the Federal Trade Commission by our Online Service Provider, and in certain situations to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Those reports can and usually do contain a user's identification information.