Privacy Policy

1855lawyers, Inc. (“1855lawyers”), which owns and operates, is dedicated to the protection of the users’ personal information. This Privacy Policy provides detailed conditions of how and where personal information will be used by this website. 1855lawyers will periodically update the Privacy Policy as needed, but will not always notify the users of the updates. Please refer back to this web page for the most current policies.

Personal Information:

In order to access and purchase 1855lawyers’s legal products and services, our customers may be required to provide certain Personally Identifiable Information. Personally Identifiable Information may include your contact information (legal full name, address, zipcode, phone number, and email address) which will be needed in order to notify you and send your legal documents and services accordingly; credit card information (credit card number, expiration date, and verification code) which is strictly used for the purpose of purchase transactions; and other legal information (social security number, alien registration number, employment history, or other private information) that is necessary in order to complete the filing and purchase of our products and services. You will be asked to provide a description of your case or claim to our website. The case information we obtain will then be shared with member attorneys as part of the lawyer-client matching process. In addition, if you choose to enroll in our VIP Service, you may be asked to disclose details about your emergency legal situation to our staff.

Besides for the purpose of processing your account and performing matching service, general contact data such as your name, email, or address may be used by 1855lawyers and its affiliates to contact you regarding your use and experience of our product or service or to share promotions, events, and new products and services with you.

If you are an attorney, additional information such as your law firm’s name, address, contact number, state where you are licensed, bar number, your areas of practice, experience, education, and other relevant professional or background information will also be required from you.

Security of Personal Information:

As mentioned above, 1855lawyers is fully committed to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your Personally Identifiable Information. We will not share your Personally Identifiable Information with third parties unless you specifically give permission. 1855lawyers will not disclose your case information to any nonmember without your consent. However, you understand and agree that any information you provide regarding your case or claim may be accessed by a member attorney. 1855lawyers cannot control and thus is not responsible for member attorney’s use of the disclosed case or claim information. You must use your discretion when disclosing information regarding your case. We do not screen the attorneys for conflicts of interest or confidentiality obligations. You should try not to disclose sensitive information when posting a case or claim. In addition, confidential information obtained by 1855lawyers’ staff as part our VIP Service will only be shared with member attorneys.

You understand that, under certain circumstances, 1855lawyers may need to disclose your Personally Identifiable Information and other disclosed information in order to comply with search warrant, court order, or other types of investigations under legal requirements.

The Use of Cookies and IP Addresses:

“Cookies” is a feature on your browser that can store information from websites onto your computer’s hard drive. Cookies can maintain your preferences on a website or your username and password for your convenience. This website uses the cookies to collect data on activities within the Website and track user traffic to ensure that all activities performed by users run smoothly. 1855lawyers does not have access to the information those cookies contain and those cookies do not identify and show who you are. Enabling cookies is an optional browser feature that you can activate or deactivate at anytime under your browser options.

An IP Address works like an ID number that is assigned to each and every computer that logs onto the internet. The IP address is used to administer this website and diagnose problems that may occur with our server. It also helps us better understand our users’ experience on the Website and what may need to be improved.

External Links:

1855lawyers is not responsible or liable for the privacy policies or the lack thereof of thirty party websites that this website may be linked to. This Privacy Policy only applies to the information collected by this website.

Children under the age of 18:

This website intends to provide services and products only for users 18 years old or older. 1855lawyers will not knowingly permit user registration, purchase order, or provide any service to anyone who is under 18 years of age, nor will we knowingly collect their personal information, without prior parental consent.

Statistical Analysis:

Please be informed that contact data (general personal information) and traffic data (cookies, IP Address) may be used for statistical analysis that help us better understand your experience at this website and tailor the website to your needs. Anonymous information that is provided by the traffic data may be shared in order to better understand the trend in customers’ preferences and demands of different services.