Privacy Policy

Michael Crowder Law, PLLC is committed to protecting your privacy. Our privacy policy, effective 9/1/2018, explains how uses and protects the information you provide when using our site.

Collection and Use of Information

In order to send an inquiry or request a consultation through our site, you will be required to provide information to us that identifies you, specifically your: Name, Email Address, Telephone Number. You also have the option to submit a message with questions or details related to your case/issue.
We will only use your personal information as permitted by law.
Michael Crowder Law PLLC uses electronic, physical, and administrative procedures to protect your information from unauthorized access, disclosure, changes, or loss of your information. However, we are unable to guarantee that your personal information will never be disclosed in a way that conflicts with our privacy policy. Michael Crowder Law is not responsible for any security breach or other third-party actions.
Cookies allow us to improve your user experience by collecting and remembering information about your preferences when using the site. Cookies can be accepted or declined.
Please be aware, declining cookies may keep you from taking full advantage of the site.

Security Disclaimer

Any information submitted through our Contact US form may not be secure. Therefore, please note any submission is done so at your own risk.

Privacy Policy Changes

All updates or changes to our privacy policy will be posted on our website. These changes take effect the date they are posted.