Manually Collected Information
If you submit a form on this website, you are expressly agreeing to provide the information entered therein to our firm. We do not collect individually identifiable information, including names, addresses, and phone numbers except when you explicitly provide them to us. If you have previously submitted information and would like it removed from our records, please contact us as provided at the bottom of this page.
When you provide individually identifiable information via this site, we may use it for the following purposes: (1) to contact you; (2) to better understand your legal matter; and (3) to assist in any legal matter to which it pertains. Additionally, we may take other actions consistent with your express or implied request contained within a submitted form. We are not obligated to take any actions based on information submitted to us on or via this site. We do not sell your information to third-parties.
Form submissions are intended for use by adults only. If a child under the age 13 has submitted personally identifiable information via this site, a parent or guardian may contact us as provided below and request removal of the information from our business records.
Automatically Collected Information
Our website may automatically collect certain information that is not individually identifiable. This includes, but is not limited to, ip address, cookies, types of browser or operating system in use, and domain name of internet site which referred you to our site. We do not attempt to correlate this information with information that is personally identifiable. As an exception, if you submit a form on this website your IP address will be correlated with any information that you choose to submit in the form. We reserve the right to use information to combat fraud in any way reasonable.
Please address any requests or concerns under this policy to:
Fabricius & Fabricius PLLC
ATTN: Privacy Requests
P.O. Box 1230
Knightdale, NC 27545-1230
All members of this firm are attorneys licensed to practice in the state of North Carolina. To the extent necessary to comply with the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct, certain information may be treated differently than specified in the foregoing policy.