Privacy

Your privacy is of utmost importance, and any information you provide through this website will be treated with respect.  Both administrative and technical measures are utilized to protect your personally identifiable information from unauthorized use or disclosure.

This website, like most websites, collects information about visitors to improve user experience and website performance.  This information includes IP addresses, URLs of other websites visited, dates and times of visits, hardware and software used, and other information that may be available.  This website, like most websites, may also place “cookies” on your computer in order to make your interaction with the website faster, smoother, and more helpful to you.  It is possible to disable “cookies” in your website browser, but doing so may decrease the functionality and user experience of this and other websites.

Information that you provide may be used to inform you about events and other information that may be interesting to you.  It may also be disclosed to service providers solely for the purpose of providing such services.  Your personally identifiable information will never be sold or used for marketing purposes.

 

Information, not Legal Advice

This website is intended to provide information so that you can make an informed decision about hiring the right lawyer for you.  Nothing contained on this website should be considered legal advice, because legal advice is the application of specific law to the unique facts of your case.

 

Practicing Law in the State of Texas Only

While nothing on this website should be considered legal advice, the issues discussed and explained on this website are primarily legal in nature.  However, any discussions of law or  legal issues contained on this website are based on the laws of the State of Texas alone, and not the laws of any other state, territory, or nation, unless explicitly stated otherwise.

 

No Attorney-Client Relationship

No attorney-client relationship is formed until (i) both you and the attorney sign a written agreement outlining the terms of the representation; and (ii) you pay an agreed-upon fee identified in that written agreement.  Nothing on this website should be interpreted to imply the existence of an attorney-client relationship.  You have the option to request an initial consultation by telephone, via email or through the contact forms on this website, but doing so does not create an attorney-client relationship.

 

No Attorney-Client Privilege

No attorney-client privilege exists until an attorney-client relationship is formed.  As a result, information you provide via email or through website contact forms is not protected by the attorney-client privilege, and you should not disclose any sensitive or confidential information via email or through this website.

 

Internet Security

Security is vitally important, but it is impossible to guarantee the security of information you provide over the Internet via email or through the contact forms on this website.  As a result, it is recommended that you encrypt your communications or refrain altogether from communicating sensitive or confidential personally identifiable information over the Internet.

 

External Content

This website contains links to external resources for the purpose of identifying information you might find interesting or helpful, but such external content is under the control of and representative of the views of such third-party content providers alone, and it should not be interpreted to imply any affiliation or connection with this website, Scott A. Thompson Law PLLC, or Thompson Law.

 

No Guarantee of the Outcome in Your Case

It is impossible to predict or guarantee a particular outcome in your case, because the facts and circumstances of your case are unique.  It would not only be highly unethical for a lawyer to guarantee a particular outcome in your case, but also impossible to do.  As a result, no statement on this website or its blog – especially testimonials from former clients – should be considered a representation that a particular or similar outcome will occur in your case.