Who we are
Our website address is: https://colevannote.com.
Use of this website
At Cole & Van Note, the protection of your privacy is of the utmost importance. We understand that confidentiality is vital to the trust placed in our firm. As such, we do not sell, rent or relinquish client names, addresses or client identifiable information of any kind to anyone. Any personal data received will be used only for services provided to you by Cole & Van Note and/or to inform you of other services we offer from time to time. We will not and do not use any client identifiable information for any other purpose. If you are simply visiting our website, neither your domain nor email address is automatically collected.
Use of Contact Forms, etc.
If you choose to communicate with us by email or our contact form, we collect your email address and only the information that you elect to provide. This information is used to evaluate your case, to allow for prompt responses to you, and to inform you about services or other class actions that may serve you.
By submitting a form from this site, or sending an email, regular mail, or by initiating any telephone communication, you may receive an email response or other correspondence from Cole & Van Note. Of course, you will always have the option to opt-out of such contacts at any time. Any information that we collect will not be shared or sold to any other company, group or individual. That is our solemn pledge to you.
We will use commercially reasonable efforts to delete records from databases when requested to do so, however, because of possible retention of a residual copy in a system backup file, we cannot guarantee complete deletion in every instance. If you send Cole & Van Note an email message, we may retain that message and your email address, as well as any response we send you.
We use third-party services (e.g., Google Analytics, Google Ads) that may also process your data in the United States (e.g., IP address, current website URL, web client, cookies of the provider). In our opinion, the United States government does not maintain an adequate level of data protection. Moreover, there is a risk that national governmental authorities may gain access to your data no matter how well we try to keep it secure and confidential.
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We appreciate your business.