Privacy Policy

Minor & Brown, P.C. respects the privacy of persons visiting this Website. The following information will describe how the firm collects and uses information about visitors to this Website, and by using this Website you acknowledge that you consent to these practices. If you have any questions about this policy or how it is implemented, please send an email.

What kinds of information do we collect?

On this Website, we may collect two different types of information: "personally identifiable information" and "website use information."

Personally identifiable information is information that specifically identifies you. This might include your name, address, phone number, email address, employer, etc. Ordinarily, we will not collect personally identifiable information merely because you visit the Website. However, should you choose to communicate with us through email or otherwise become involved in a more detailed capacity with the firm, we may collect such information in order to communicate with you. We will never, without your express consent, utilize such information for any purpose other than communicating with you, nor will we ever provide such information to third parties for any purpose whatsoever without your consent. The only exception to this rule would be if we were required to furnish such information to legal authorities in order to comply with the law or to prevent a violation of the law or a violation of someone else’s rights.

Website use information is information concerning the usage of the Website by not only you but other visitors as well. This might include, as explained below, information about volume of usage, types of information sought, demographics of people visiting the Website and other particulars of how the Website is used and accessed. Minor & Brown, P.C. will use this information for managing the Website, examining ways of improving the Website, or other similar objectives. We also may occasionally use such information to determine how to market our services, but you will always be provided with an opportunity to request that we not contact you about such matters and we will honor this request.

What are "cookies" and how are they used?

As you may know, practically all websites use "cookies" and other types of "web log files" to track site usage. A cookie is simply a tiny data file situated within your computer that allows Minor & Brown, P.C. to recognize you as a user when you return to the site using the same computer and web browser. Due to communications standards on the internet, when you visit the Minor & Brown, P.C. website, we automatically receive some of this information, such as your URL of the site from which you came and the site to which you are going when you leave this site. We also receive the internet protocol address of your computer and the type of web browser you are using, as well as the name of your ISP. This information, again, is used only to analyze overall trends to help us improve the website, but it is not linked to personally identifiable information in any way. We only use cookies to differentiate you from other users and to allow us to examine the Website features and usage. Cookies do not allow us to store or obtain any personal information about you.

Our protection of your privacy.

Minor & Brown, P.C. assumes that, by using the internet, you recognize that email is not considered a completely secure medium of any type of communication. You should not, therefore, ever send private or confidential information through this Website or through the internet unless you are willing to assume the risk. Notwithstanding this fact, Minor & Brown, P.C. does endeavor to utilize appropriate technical measures to protect against unauthorized access to our Website or the use of the Website for any unauthorized purposes. We do not guarantee that these measures are 100% effective or that in every case, they will prevent these acts from occurring.

Our modification of this privacy policy.

Minor & Brown, P.C. may modify the terms of this Privacy Policy at any time, and if we do so we will post the modified language on this page. The modified terms will become effective at the point they are displayed here, so Minor & Brown, P.C. strongly recommends that you review this policy from time to time if you are a frequent user of the Website in order to make sure you understand the Privacy Policy that is in effect.

We welcome your comments and questions and look forward to being of service.