What We Collect:
Kruger Carson may collect information that you provide to us by email or by other forms of direct communication. In addition, our systems automatically receive information about you when you visit our website. Like many organizations, we use tracking cookies to help us understand your activities on our website. The information we collect may include the pages you visited, the type of browser or mobile device you use, as well as your operating system, IP address, and general geographical location.
What We Do With The Information We Collect:
We use the information we collect to better understand your needs and to help us improve the way we use our website to describe our products and services, new legal and policy developments, and information about our lawyers. If you request information from us, we may use information we have collected to better respond to you. Apart from those uses, we may also utilize information we collect for internal administrative or operational processes.
When We Share Information:
Because we have multiple offices, information may be shared between our offices for administrative reasons. In addition, we may share your information with entities that provide technological services to us, including companies that provide web analytics and/or other services (these entities are limited in their ability to use your information for purposes other than providing services to us). We may also share information to satisfy any legal, regulatory, contractual, accounting, or reporting requirements.
We do not knowingly collect or store personally identifiable information about children under the age of 18. If we learn that we have collected identifiable information from a child under age 18, we will delete that information from our database immediately upon learning of its existence.
How We Protect Your Information:
We use recognized physical, technical, and administrative measures to protect information that we collect about you, or that you voluntarily provide to us, against loss, theft, disclosure, or unauthorized use by others. While we strive to protect the information that we collect and maintain in our systems, we cannot ensure or warrant the absolute safety or security of such information since no present methodof data transmission or storage is 100% secure.