Privacy Policy

Welcome to the Roberts Markland, LLP ("Roberts and Markland") website. Please read the following Privacy Policy closely before using, submitting or obtaining any content or services through the Roberts and Markland website (“the Web Site”). This Privacy Policy (the "Policy") is intended to help you understand how we collect and use the personal information you decide to share, and help you make informed decisions when using the Web Site.

By using or accessing the Web Site and providing us with your Personal Information (as defined below), you are accepting the practices and consent to our use of such as described in this Policy.

What information does Roberts Markland collect?

When you visit the Web Site, you have the option to provide us with two types of information: Personal Information you knowingly choose to disclose to us by through the "Contact Us" webpage or Chat functionality, and website use information collected by us as you interact with our Web Site ("Anonymous Information").

You can submit to Roberts and Markland certain information, including but not limited to, your name, address, email address, telephone and cellular phone numbers, description of the incident and date of the incident (collectively, "Personal Information"). You may always refuse to provide your Personal Information. Information submitted through the Web Site's chat functionality does not constitute nor created an attorney-client relationship and will not be used by Roberts and Markland excepted as disclosed in this Policy and to provide Services should an attorney-client relationship be entered into at a later date.

When you enter the Web Site, we may collect Anonymous Information such as your browser type and IP address (a number used to identify your computer on the Internet). This information is gathered for all Web Site users. If you have the mobile application and have enabled geo-location services, then we may use information about your location to deliver relevant information. We reserve the right to maintain, update, disclose or otherwise use Anonymous Information, without limitation. In addition, we may store certain information from your browser using "cookies" or by other similar technology. A "cookie" is a piece of data stored on the user's computer tied to information about the user. We hope that, by using Anonymous Information, we can update the Web Site to make it more useful to you and other users. For example, we may use session ID cookies to confirm that users visiting the Web Site. These cookies terminate once the user closes the browser. We may also use a persistent cookie that stores certain information each time you come back to the Web Site. With most Internet browsers or other software, you can erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block all cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored. Please refer to your browser instructions to learn more about these functions. If you reject cookies, functionality of the Web Site may be limited, and you may not be able to take advantage of some of the Web Site's features. With respect to the mobile application, if you desire to disable geo-location services that can be accomplished through most mobile devices' settings.

Use of Personal Information.

If you do provide Roberts and Markland with Personal Information, Roberts and Markland will only use it for the purposes described where it is collected or to aggregate data in a manner that does not identify you, and Roberts and Markland will not sell, license, transmit or disclose this information outside of Roberts and Markland or its affiliates unless (1) you expressly authorize Roberts and Markland or an affiliate to do so, (2) it is necessary to allow Roberts and Markland' and its affiliates' trusted service providers or agents to provide services for Roberts and Markland, (3) in order to provide Roberts and Markland or an affiliate's Services to you, (4) it is disclosed to entities that perform marketing or data aggregation services on Roberts and Markland's or its affiliates' behalf, or with which Roberts and Markland or an affiliate has joint marketing arrangements, (5) it is necessary in connection with a sale of all or substantially all of the assets of Roberts and Markland or an affiliate or the merger of Roberts and Markland or an affiliate into another entity or any consolidation, share exchange, combination, reorganization, or like transaction in which Roberts and Markland or such affiliate is not the survivor, or (6) otherwise as Roberts and Markland or an affiliate is required or permitted to do so for any or all of the following reasons: (i) by law; (ii) to comply with legal process or respond to requests from governmental or public authorities; (iii) to prevent, investigate, detect, or prosecute criminal offenses or attacks on the technical integrity of the Web Site or our network; and/or (iv) to protect the rights, privacy, property, business, or safety of Roberts and Markland and its affiliates, their partners and employees, the users of the Sites, or the public.