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Privacy Policy

What personal information do we collect through this website? How is it used?

We collect contact information which you supply to contact you. We use information from our Webserver logs and through cookies to analyze how the website is used and to improve it. We only share the information you provide as stated in this Privacy Policy or if required by law.

Information You Supply

We require that you provide an email and residential address and a telephone number on the contact form so that we can respond to your question. We may also use it to contact you in the future. You can opt out or unsubscribe.

Please never email or include on this website’s Contact Form any confidential, proprietary or sensitive personally identifiable information such as someone’s birth date, Social Security or driver’s license number or any financial information. Hacking happens. We cannot be liable for the results.

Web server logs. These are records of activities on our website. They do not contain personal information. They help us analyze how the site is used and improve it. Examples include pages viewed and searches conducted, number of internal clicks, date and time of visit, the website from which you arrived, the location and kind of browser or computer, the name of the internet service provider and the internet protocol address.

Cookies. These small bits of data are sent to your computer from a Web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive to save your preferences and help you navigate the site. Cookies are relatively standard. Most browsers are set up to accept them. But you can modify your browser to notify you of cookies and to disable them. See All About Cookies and Google’s Ad Settings and usa.gov opt-out instructions When you visit our website, you agree to let us use cookies and similar technologies as described in this Privacy Policy Statement.

Social Media Platforms

Below are links to help you learn about the information collected by popular Social Media platforms that may also be linked to from this site.

Facebook’s Privacy Policy

YouTube’s Privacy Policy (Google)

LinkedIn’s Privacy Policy

Third Party Services

Third parties may help us provide services and help us understand how our website is used. To do so they may collect and report aggregated information without identifying you or any other user.

California Do Not Track

We only practice law in Texas. Do Not Track (DNT) requests or signals in browsers do not change our web services.

How Is Your Personal Information Protected?

While we try to protect your personal information, we cannot guaranty that unauthorized people will not gain access to it. Hacking happens.

Who Has Access to Your Information?

We do not share your contact or any other personal information except as required by law or if we believe that sharing certain data is necessary to protect our rights or property or for an agent, vendor or contractor acting on our behalf.

How To Change Our Delete Your Information

Please contact us at any time at Webmaster or by phone at 512-800-2420.

Any significant changes in our Privacy Policy will be posted here.

Effective January 1, 2016.

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