Privacy Policy

Judd Shaw Injury Law™ is very concerned with your privacy‚ and promises to protect and guard any private information submitted over this site. This Privacy Policy explains the information we collect‚ how it may be used‚ with whom it may be shared‚ and your choices regarding how your information is used. Before using this site‚ it’s important that you read this privacy policy carefully. By using our website‚ you agree that you have read and accept the practices outlined in this Privacy Policy.

Information Collection

The personal information collected by Judd Shaw Injury Law™ depends upon the individual’s use. Name and email addresses are collected for those who voluntarily sign up. If you request a free consultation‚ we collect your name‚ email address‚ and telephone number. We reserve the right to use your information for any and all of the following uses: identification and authentication‚ services improvement‚ products and services provision‚ contact‚ and research.

Judd Shaw Injury Law™ will never share your information with a third party‚ unless that third party is a colleague attorney or one of our service providers. Those colleague attorneys and service providers may need your personal information for the purposes of assisting you with your legal needs or to perform their duties‚ but are not allowed to use your information in any other manner‚ or share your information with others.

Tracking Information

This website’s server logs may collect information such as IP address‚ the date and time of your visit‚ browser type and language‚ and location services on mobile devices, which allows us to see how visitors use our site and identify potential trends. We also use Internet analyzing tools to see how our website is used by visitors.

Data Storage

We use third-party vendors to provide the hardware‚ software‚ networking‚ storage‚ and other technology necessary to run this site. Using these services may require content‚ including your personal information‚ to be transmitted over various networks‚ as well as changes to conform and adapt to the technical requirements of other networks and devices. We take every precaution to protect personal information from unauthorized access‚ alteration‚ or disclosure.

Disclosing of Data

Judd Shaw Injury Law™ reserves the right to disclose personal information in certain circumstances‚ such as when requested for valid legal processes‚ or when your actions violate the Terms of Service. Information may also be disclosed to Judd Shaw Injury Law™’s service providers‚ who may need your personal information in order to perform their functions. Judd Shaw Injury Law™ may disclose personal information in situations where it may be necessary to investigate‚ prevent‚ or take action against suspected or confirmed illegal activities.

Email Information

Judd Shaw Injury Law™ will not share your email address with anyone other than our colleague attorneys for the purpose of assisting you with your legal needs‚ or third-party vendors who need those addresses to perform their jobs. These third-party vendors are not allowed to share your information with others.

Visitors who sign up may be contacted by email for site-related issues. If you don’t wish to be contacted by Judd Shaw Injury Law™, you may email us at and request to be removed. This site complies with the Federal Can-Spam Act. If you receive an email you believe is spam‚ and it appears to be sent by this site‚ please send an email to so we can investigate potential impostors.

Out of Country Visitors

The information outlined in this Privacy Policy is intended to cover collection of information from United States residents. Visitors from outside the U.S. must understand that any personal information submitted to this site may be transferred‚ stored‚ or processed in the United States‚ where our servers are located. The personal information and data laws in the United States may differ from the laws of your country. By using our site‚ you agree that your information may be transferred to our facilities‚ and shared with service providers who need it to perform their functions.