Privacy Policy

The Dicello Law Firm Privacy Policy

Update: September 2009

At The DiCello Law Firm, your privacy is taken very seriously. As a result, the Firm has instituted the following Privacy Policy regarding how your personal information will be treated as you use this website. Except as otherwise expressly stated in this website, this policy only addresses The DiCello Law Firm's use and disclosure of information collected from you. To the extent that you disclose personal information to other sites, those sites are not regarded or intended to be included here. Feel free to ask questions before disclosing any personal information to The DiCello Law Firm. Note: This policy may change from time to time, so please check back on occasion. This policy was last updated September 2009.

1) No automatic collection of personal data:

The DiCello Law Firm does not automatically collect Personally Identifiable Information (e.g., name, address, telephone number, e-mail address) unless it is voluntarily submitted or otherwise disclosed to the Firm, including via all electronic, written, and telephonic disclosures. In order to meet your needs and to provide quality legal services to you, however, the Firm does collect some information that might contain Personally Identifiable Information ("PII"). Here are the areas where the Firm encounters your personal information:

  • when you meet with the Firm in person or over the phone,
  • when you send the Firm information by mail or e-mail, through the website, and on other documents or forms that are used on the site.

2) No disclosure of personal data:

The Firm does not share PII with anyone without your express consent, except as required or permitted by law and as described below. The law permits disclosure in certain instances, for example to protect against fraud, or in response to a court order, subpoena, or other legal process.

Note: The DiCello Law Firm reserves the right at all times to monitor, review, retain, and/or disclose any information necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request or to cooperate with law enforcement and other authorities in investigating a claim of illegal activity. The Firm may use IP addresses to identify a user when it believes it is necessary to protect its service, website, clients, potential clients, or others. Whether you are an active or inactive client, the Firm will continue to protect the confidentiality and security of your personal information in accordance with this privacy policy.

3) No sale of personal data:

The DiCello Law Firm will not sell, trade, or rent PII to third parties. The DiCello Law Firm will only use PII to respond to your requests for information from or your direct contact with the Firm. If you wish to change any information submitted to the Firm, or if you wish to opt out of the Firm's newsletter/mailing list, please do so using the "unsubscribe" option found in the Newsletter section of this site.

4) Protecting personal data:

Any PII received by the DiCello Law Firm will be treated with care and discretion. The Firm will use reasonable and good faith efforts to ensure that this information is kept private and not misused.

No part of the content of this website may be quoted or referred to or used in any other publication without the express written consent of the Firm. Said consent may be given or withheld at the Firm's sole discretion. To request reprint permission of any of the content found on this site, please access the information found in the "Contact" section of this site.

The DiCello Law Firm will not form any lawyer-client relationship with any interested individual(s) until the firm has signed an engagement letter or fee agreement with them. The receipt of any of the publication-content of this website is not intended to create, and receipt of same does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Until you have been authorized by the Firm to do so, do not disclose confidential information through e-mail to the Firm (or otherwise).


If you have questions about this Privacy Policy, or this website, go to the "Contact" portion of this site and contact the Firm. If you are having technical difficulties or are otherwise unable to view the content of the "Contact" section, send your comments to the Firm at:

Phone: (888) 778-8880

Regular Mail:
The DiCello Law Firm
c/o Web Site Question
Western Reserve Law Building
7556 Mentor Ave.
Mentor, Ohio 44060

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