Our law firm is committed to the protection of your privacy, and we will treat all of the information you provide with the utmost respect. We work to ensure that all appropriate measures are in place to prevent the unauthorized or unlawful use of your personal data, and to prevent any loss, destruction, or damage to such data. By visiting this website, you are consenting to our privacy policy.


Our law firm collects client information that you provide to us when you fill out our contact form with your inquiries. The information we collect includes your email address and any information you include in the message of your contact form. The information will only be used to communicate with you. We will not sell or rent the information you provide to us to anyone. If our data collection practices change, we will let you know by posting the policy changes on our website or by communicating directly with you via email or by phone.


Any information sent to us through our contact form is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis. Any information you send through our website is done at your own risk.


Transmission of information from our website does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and our law firm, nor is it intended to do so. In addition, any communication with us via e-mail does not constitute or create an attorney-client relationship between our law firm and any recipient.


You need not disclose your personal, private, or confidential information to view the contents of this website. This site may employ “cookies” to properly display the content of this website. By using the settings in your internet browser, you have the option of deciding whether to accept or decline cookies. Please note that deciding to decline cookies may result in limitations on this website’s functionality and display capabilities, including, but not limited to, interfering with your ability to obtain full access to all of the information contained on this site. All page requests are logged in order to properly maintain the service and security of this website.


In order to access Worker’s Attorney and Legal Services virtual law office, you must first register a username and provide personal information about yourself. This information will be used during your transactions with Worker’s Attorney and Legal Services to provide limited legal services in compliance with California law. Your information may be provided to a third party in order to provide the service you requested and/or as is required by law. All other use of your personal information will be limited to your attorney/client relationship, if any, with Worker’s Attorney and Legal Services. This site uses cookies to store session id. Therefore, in order to register on the website, cookies must be enabled so that we can provide you with a secure transaction.


In order to retain our services, you must register on our website. There will be no fee charged for registration on this website. By registering you will receive access to a personal information page where you may request our services in a secure manner. By registering on our website, you are representing that you are at least 18 years of age and able to enter into a binding contact with Worker’s Attorney and Legal Services. Furthermore, by registering you are representing that the information you provide to us is correct, accurate and updated.


Worker’s Attorney and Legal Services requests that you keep your personal contact information current. After you have registered on our website, you may enter your personal information page at any time to review and update your personal information.


Because we are a virtual law practice, we would prefer that you provide your information to us using the technology provided for you on your personal client login page. However, if this is not possible and we require further information in order to review your legal matter, our mailing address is listed on the home page of this website.