Privacy Policy

What data do we collect?

General Policy

We may automatically collect information which alone cannot be used to identify you when you connect to or use our website. We collect such information to help us identify users' browsing preferences and search queries through Google Analytics and other such services. This information is used for internal purposes so that we can carry out research on user demographics, browsing behavior and search interests. Anonymous or generic information from which you cannot be personally identified is not personal data. Any personal data submitted to us by you involving your personal legal issues are kept stored on a private server, whether or not we later enter into an attorney-client relationship with you. It is our policy to periodically purge that information to keep your information safe.

Social Networking

The Law Offices of Jimmy Allen Davis, P.L. ("LoJAD") may offer you the possibility to connect your accounts from third party social networking sites, such as Facebook and Google+ (each, a "Social Networking Site"), via an application programming interface (API) or other software. If you allow LoJAD to connect with your accounts on such Social Networking Sites, we may access your account information and other information, which may include Personal Data, from such Social Networking Sites. In addition, we may collect, use and store such information and may combine this information with other information in our records.

Cookies, Javascript, Flash, and Tracking

We do not use cookies although this policy is subject to change at any time. We may however use Javascript to enable us to see what browsers are being used to view our site and send that anonymous information to third-party services to help enhance the user experience. For the optimal user experience, we recommend enabling Javascript so that Tablesorters and Navigation Bars function correctly. LoJAD's website avoids the use of the Adobe Flash Player with the exception of embedded YouTube videos. Adobe's Flash Player is used by many websites that offer video and other interactive content. However, Flash often requires proprietary software to create and plugins that can crash browsers and not work on mobile devices. By default, the use of the Adobe Flash Player also generates "flash cookies" (also known as "persistent identification elements" or "local shared objects"). The Adobe Flash Player (and similar applications) uses flash cookies to remember user settings, preferences and usage similar to the browser cookies referenced above. The Adobe Flash Player is not the only technology used in online and mobile content environments. HTML5 is an increasingly popular web standard used for presenting content, especially content delivered to mobile devices. When combined with CSS3 and Jquery, the experience rivals that of Flash websites. We strive to be in the vanguard of such web standards and encourage our users to upgrade their browsers. Some browsers are "old" and have no support any more. This leads to security issues and bad website lay-outs. Our site may appear different depending on the browser used. By using an old browser the user risks missing out on the latest content on this and every other website.

Children

We recognize the importance of safeguarding the privacy and safety of children and encourage parents to regularly check and monitor their children's online activities and use of online services. We do not knowingly collect any personal data from children under the age of thirteen (13) without parental consent. If we learn that a child under the age of thirteen (13) has provided us with any Personal Data, we will use commercially reasonable efforts to delete such Personal Data as soon as possible. Further, when communicating with LoJAD about a minor, it is not necessary to identify the minor. Descriptions such as "my son", "my daughter", or if multiple children are being discussed, you may initialize their name. ("John Doe & Keith Doe" = "JD & KD"). If these conventions are followed, then in the event that information is released into the public domain (such as in a lawsuit) the names of minor children will already be appropriately redacted pursuant to Federal, Florida (and other state) rules of civil procedure. In the event a minor's name is not redacted, please let us know and we will endeavor to redact them after the fact.