Privacy Policy

Berry & Fritzinger, P.C. (“the Firm”) does not collect any personal information on this website except:

  1. ) Any information conveyed through a form or an email submission by the user.
  2. ) Any information that may be sent to our server automatically by your web browser software, such as the link that brought you to our website or the type and version of your browser and Internet Service Provider.

The Firm may have access to information provided to us by web analytics tools, which collect information including, but not limited to: number of site visits, IP addresses, and sites linking to this website. Web analytics tools may also set cookies. If you prefer not to receive cookies, you can change the settings on your web browser to turn them off.

Berry & Fritzinger, P.C. may share the information submitted on this site with consultants, business associates, or any employees for the purpose of conducting research or case investigations.  The information may be organized by office staff and stored by the Firm’s information technology department.  We may also release information submitted when the disclosure of that information is required by law.

Berry & Fritzinger, P.C. reserves the right to change this privacy policy at any time by posting the new policy on this page.