Privacy Policy

Last Updated: February 2010

We at DotCO Law Marketing, L.L.C. firmly believe in the protection of your privacy. This privacy policy is intended to illustrate our company’s ongoing commitment to the protection of the User's [the "User" as defined by the Terms and Conditions for Use] privacy.

What Type of Information Do We Collect About You, Who Do We Disclose It to, and How Do We Disclose It?

1. Personally Identifiable Information. We may obtain personally identifiable information about You only as a result of Your voluntarily submitting information as an an inquiry, providing us with information that You enter into the Web Site. We will only use this information in the following ways:

  1. To Subscribers: We will use it to identify the Subscriber ("Subscriber" is defined on the Terms & Conditions of Use page]  in Your geographic area who pays for the exclusive right to respond to inquiries in Your respective geographic area and area of law concerning Your inquiry. We then forward that personally identifiable information to that Subscriber so that the Subscriber may choose to contact You or not. The legal services provided by Subscribers are NOT affiliated with any DotCO Law Marketing, L.L.C. Service or Web Site. Thus, the Subscribers are third parties and have previously agreed, in writing, not to share Your information with any other person and/or entity outside of their law firm unless they deem it necessary to properly represent You. Any third party to whom we provide Your information must agree to keep Your information confidential and not to share it with any other third party without Your permission.
  2. To User: We may store Your personally identifiable information in our own databases in order to assist or enhance Your use of our Web Sites or Services, which may include: providing you with information and offers that we think may interest you; to perform research on access to and consumption of legal services; and to evaluate your experience on our site; and make improvements to it.
  3. To Legal and Government Authorities: We will also disclose your personally identifiable information to proper legal and government authorities when we have a good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with applicable laws, valid legal process, a court order, a current judicial proceeding, or to protect our rights or property.

2. Cookies. Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive or memory cache. This Web Site uses first and third party cookies. However personally identifiable information is not collected through the use of cookies. Cookies are used to determine whether a visitor is unique or whether a visitor has viewed our site before. This site uses persistent cookies for Web Site traffic analysis. While most browsers are set to accept cookies by default, you can set yours to refuse cookies or to alert you before accepting them. Your browser manufacturer has information on changing the default setting for your specific browser.

3. Non-personally Identifiable Information. This site also collects non-personally identifiable information. For example, as you browse this Web Site we may collect information about your visit, but not about you personally. Via Web server logs, for example, we may monitor statistics such as: the number of people that visit our site; which page(s) are visited on our site; from which domain our visitors come (e.g.,,, etc.), and which browsers people use to visit our site (e.g., Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, FireFox, etc.). We may make these statistics available to third parties, but in no event or manner will this type of information personally identify You.

How Do We Protect Your Personal Information?

We take reasonable measures to protect Your information on our servers. Please understand that whenever you voluntarily disclose personal information online (such as through an email message or through filling out an online form), this information cannot be made 100 percent secure and, in some cases, that information can be intercepted, collected, and used by others.

Updates To Our Privacy Policy

From time to time, we may decide to change the provisions of this privacy policy and we reserve the right to do so without notice. We will always post our current Privacy Policy to this Web Site and Your continued use of this Web Site represents Your acceptance and adoption of our amended/supplemented Privacy Policy.


This Web Site contains links to other sites that are owned and operated by unaffiliated third parties. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites and any information You provide to them will not be governed by this Privacy Policy. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected on this Web Site. When You leave our Web Site, we encourage You to read the privacy statements of every web site You visit prior to providing Your personally identifiable information to them.

Questions About Our Privacy Policy or Opt-Out Procedure

If You have any questions or concerns regarding this policy, You may write us at:the address below. You may opt-out by writing to us requesting to Opt-Out of our Service. This Opt-Out does not apply to communications we have with You to complete Your Opt-Out request or to provide the service You requested. Understand, however, that, by electing this option, You may limit the functionality of this Web Site and the amount of information and services we can supply to You. You may revoke Your opt-out option at any time by writing to us at the address below.

DotCO, Law, L.L.C.
1811 Bering Drive
Suite 300
Houston, Texas 77057