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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Introduction

This document details the privacy policy for our website ClayBurgessLakeCharles.com, operated by Personal Injury Attorney Clay Burgess in Lake Charles, LA . This privacy policy covers use of our website and the data that we may collect.

How We Use Your Personal Information

We are the only party that has use of or sees the formation that this website collects. We do not gather user or client information except for the information that is voluntarily submitted to us in the form of emails or contact forms on this website. This information is not available to any third party entities.

No one outside of the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess has access to your communication with us. Your information is only used to to respond to consumer inquiries, client requests, or online contests.

If you choose to contact us, we may retain your contact information for future use or to contact you at a later point in time. You may opt out of this by explicitly asking that we do not keep your information for any future use.

Information Security

Legal cases are sensitive matters and can involve lengthy documentation of job, medical, and personal history.  The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess takes our client and consumer privacy very seriously.  We have security precautions and standards to protect your personal information. The sensitive information you submit (such as details of your case) to this website is protected and stored securely.

Your information will only be accessed by employees of the law firm on an as needed basis. For example, to access a consumer inquiry or to follow up with a client question. The internal computers and servers that this information is stored on are secured and can only be accessed by employees with predetermined user accounts.

Privacy Policy Updates

Our Privacy Policy will periodically change and be updated to reflect procedural and technological changes. In such cases, all updates will be posted to this page.

If you feel as though we are not treating your private information in a prescribed manner, please contact us immediately via telephone at (337) 214-8479 or via email.

DON'T DELAY! YOU MAY HAVE A VALID CLAIM AND BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION FOR YOUR INJURIES, BUT A LAWSUIT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRES.