In connection with the operation of this website, and its use by third parties, we collect personally-identifiable information (such as name, phone number and email address) that you provide to us by voluntarily completing and submitting a form on our website.
Any personally-identifiable information that you submit to us via a form on this website will only be accessed and used by partners, employees or agents of Wohl & Fruchter LLP with an obligation to keep such information confidential. Such information will not be used except for the specific purpose for which it was submitted. We will never share any personally-identifiable information that you provide with any outside parties.
Please note: submission of a form on our website does not create an attorney-client relationship with our firm. An attorney-client relationship can only be created by signing a retainer agreement with our firm after we first discuss your legal matter with you.
However, we strongly urge visitors to our website not to submit any information to us via a form on our website that might be sensitive or confidential since such information could be intercepted by third parties. Any such sensitive or confidential information should only be transmitted to us after retaining our firm pursuant to a written retainer agreement.
In connection with the operation of this web site, and its use by third parties, we also collect non-personally-identifiable information that is aggregated by our web analytics program and cannot be used to identify any single individual. Examples of non-personally-identifiable information collected in connection with a site visit by our web analytics program include: Internet access provider, a computer’s Internet protocol (IP) address, information regarding browsers and operating systems, the date and time of visits, the pages you visited, the address of any Site with a link to our web site resulting in a visit. We collect such non-personally-identifiable information in order to, among other things, maintain the performance of the web site, and to make the web site more useful.