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How we use email addresses and phone numbers: We will not provide any of your contact information to anyone except as provided in this policy. We may use your contact information to send you a news letter or direct mail. At times we use contractors to help with this process. If you wish to be taken off our mailing list, simply ask that your name be removed. We will do so. We may also, on occasion, contact another lawyer or law firm that specializes in your particular legal matter. If you do not wish for us to consult with attorneys that are not associated with Cole, Cole, Easley & Sciba, P.C., please let us know. We will respect your wishes. We will not sell or provide your information to a third party except as set out above.
How to modify or delete this personal information or opt out: The simplest way to avoid providing the personal information discussed above is to call us rather than sending an email or filling out the evaluation form. If you fill out an evaluation form and wish to have you personal information removed, let us know and we will delete your information from our computers.