Privacy Policy Notice

McLin Burnsed understands your concerns as a client for the safety and security of your private nonpublic information. Your privacy is important to us and maintaining your trust and confidence is a high priority. Our lawyers, like all lawyers, are bound by professional standards of confidentiality. This Privacy Policy will explain what personal information we may collect from you and how we keep that information secure.

Privacy Legislation

The Florida Information Protection Act became law effective July 1, 2014 (Florida Statutes Section 501.171). The Act is designed to protect consumers from identity theft by requiring businesses to protect and secure your nonpublic information and to report data breaches.

Website Privacy

The Firm’s website does not collect or store identifiable personal information, nor do we utilize “cookies.” Should a visitor choose to contact us through our website that user must first agree to our Terms of Use. Confidential information should not be transmitted via the Firm’s website.