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 Daniels & de la Cruz 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 Daniels & de la Cruz excepted as disclosed in this Policy and to provide Services should an attorney-client relationship be entered into at a later date.
Please note that we are not your lawyers simply because you may send us an e-mail, fax or other communication. Communication between us, without a clear agreement by us to represent you, does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. In order to discuss representation, we must personally speak with you. Only a written agreement between you and us that we have signed can result in our representing you and/or protecting your interests. Similarly, transmission of information from this site is not intended to create, and its receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.
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