Disclaimer and Privacy Policy

Thomas Wade Young will treat the information you provide through this website with utmost respect. Your personal identifying information will not be sold or disclosed to unaffiliated third parties except in accordance with this “Privacy Policy.”

Collection of Information

When you visit this website, you may provide two types of information: non-personal identifying information and personal identifying information. The non-personal identifying information this site may automatically collect includes, but is not limited to, your IP address, the URLs of the websites and pages you visit (before and during your visit to this website), the times and dates of such visits, and information about the computer hardware and software you use. This site will not collect any personal identifying information about you, such as your name, address, telephone number, or email address, unless you affirmatively and voluntarily provide it. If you do not want your personal identifying information collected, simply do not submit it. When you do provide personal identifying information, that information may be stored and used to contact you, to better understand your case or potential case, or in connection with litigation. Because the submission of information does not create an attorney-client relationship, you should not assume that information you provide will be privileged or confidential.

Use of Information

The information you provide automatically or voluntarily may be:
Used to improve users’ browsing experience and to help select content and services that users may find interesting and useful;
Used to keep you informed about events, developments, and services that may be of interest to you;
Disclosed when there is a good faith belief that the law requires such disclosure, such as to appropriate governmental or regulatory authorities; and Disclosed to web hosting providers who host this website.

No Attorney-Client Relationship

Transmission and receipt of information from this website does not create an attorney-client relationship. Likewise, the transmission of information about you or your legal matter by email will not create an attorney-client relationship and may not be treated as privileged or confidential. Email transmissions are not secure. Users should not send confidential or sensitive information via email; those who transmit confidential or sensitive information by email do so at their own risk.

Admitted: Florida, Kansas, New Mexico (inactive)