Privacy Policy

Collected Information
The Travius Law Firm collects the following information from every user that visits our site.

  • IP Address
  • Browser Type
  • Computer Type
  • Operating System
  • Referring Website
  • Search Engine Keywords

This is a standard practice which helps us increase visitor traffic and improve search engine rankings. Futhermore, by examining user patterns and preferences we are able to produce better products for our clients in the future.

Our visitors may voluntarily send us information through use of our online forms. These forms facilitate commincation between The Travis Law Firm and visitors of our website. Our intentions are always clearly identified and we will not share or sell your personal information to any third parties for any reason, unless required by law.

The Travis Law Firm is vehemently against spam. We will not send you any unsolicited email unless you have joined our mailing list or given us prior written or verbal consent. If you have already joined our mailing list and would like to be removed, simply follow the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any email.

Cookies
A cookie is nothing more than a small text file that resides on your hard drive. The Travis Law Firm uses cookies to maintain the login status of those users who have access to our Client Login. You will not be able to use this feature if you are a client and your browser is set to refuse cookies.

Links
The Travis Law Firm links to a number of other websites on the Internet. If you choose to follow a link, we recommend that you stay current with the privacy policies of that website as we cannot be held responsible with how how they manage information about their users.

Policy Changes
Any changes to this Privacy Policy will be posted on this page so that you are always aware of the information that we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we disclose it.