Thank you for visiting the website of the Law Offices of Grayson & Grayson.
From time to time we may modify our security and website procedures without notice.
We are committed to preserving the confidentiality of the personal information we receive about you. The following information is provided to help you understand how we gather, use and protect personal information.
# The Information We Collect
You typically provide personal information when communicating with us or other persons, in writing, by phone or electronically. Examples of this information include:
Descriptions of your case
# The Way We Use Information
We use the information you provide about yourself and your business to reply to your enquiries.
We use return email addresses to answer the email we receive. Such addresses are not used for any other purpose and are not shared with outside parties.
We use non-identifying and aggregate information to better design our website. For example, we track how frequently individual pages are visited as an indicator of interest levels in different service areas.
We use aggregate data obtained through our free tools to research and compare search engines.
We use security measures reasonably designed to protect the information we obtain about you. These include: Third parties performing services for us and having access to your information are required to maintain the confidentiality of the information.
We restrict access to your information in our own offices to specific individuals who have a need to use that information in connection with their employment, and those individuals are subject to an internal confidentiality policy.
# Information about the MarkGraysonLaw Web Site
In general, you may visit our website without telling us who you are or revealing any personally identifiable information about yourself. Our servers do, however, collect a variety of technical data, which we store in aggregate form. This data includes (but is not limited to) your IP address (a unique number that identifies your access account on the Internet), domain, and web browser information. We may track the page you visited before coming to MarkGraysonLaw.com, the page you link to when you leave MarkGraysonLaw.com, which of our pages you access, and how long you spend on each page. We use this information to assess site usage, and to help us make improvements to its design and content.
MarkGraysonLaw.com uses Traffic Log Analyzers to analyze traffic to this site.
At times, we conduct online surveys to better understand the needs and profile of our visitors. When we conduct a survey, we will let you know how we will use the information at the time of its collection.
This site has implemented security measures to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. While we believe these measures to be sufficient, due to the nature of the Internet, we cannot guarantee that no unauthorized access to our servers will occur.
Our website may contain links to other sites on the Internet. Please remember when you click on one of those links you are leaving the MarkGraysonLaw.com website and entering another website. We are not responsible for the security, privacy practices, or content of these other websites. If you click on a third party link, the privacy policies of that website will govern the use of your information by that website´s operator. We assume no responsibility or liability for the actions of such third parties with respect to their use of your information or otherwise.
A “cookie” is a small piece of information placed on your computer by the website you are visiting online. It allows the site to recognize your computer during the session, or when you visit the site again.
MarkGraysonLaw.com uses temporary cookies, which store a session identifier to facilitate the consumer´s use of the website. We will not collect any information from your computer or leave any retrievable information on your computer using this type of cookie.
MarkGraysonLaw.com provides all users with the opportunity to modify or opt–out of receiving non–essential (promotional, marketing–related) communications from us on behalf of our partners, and from us in general, after subscribing to our Newsletter.
# Sharing of Information
We may disclose personal information if permitted to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such disclosure is reasonably necessary to respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal process.
We may also share some or all of your personal information with:
Enquiries and requests relating to this information should be sent by E–mail to or to our mailing address: