Privacy Policy

At Benjamin Law Firm, we collect and manage user data according to the following Privacy Policy, effective 6/18/18. This document is part of Benjamin Law Firm’s Terms of Service, and by using (the “Website”), you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Service. Please read the Terms of Service in their entirety and refer to those for definitions and contacts.

Data Collected

We collect anonymous data from every visitor of the Website to monitor traffic and fix bugs. For example, we collect information like web requests, the data sent in response to such requests, the Internet Protocol address, the browser type, the browser language, and a timestamp for the request.

We ask you to provide certain personal information (such as your name, phone number, and email address) in order to communicate with you. Should you choose to request your information or have it deleted, please contact us at and we will follow up with such request as soon as possible.

Minors and children should not use the Benjamin Law Firm Website. By using the Website, you represent that you have the legal capacity to enter into a binding agreement.

Use of the Data

We only use your personal information to provide services requested from Benjamin Law Firm and to communicate with you about Benjamin Law firm.

We do not share personal information you have provided to us without your consent, unless:

  • doing so is appropriate to carry out your own request;
  • we believe it’s needed to enforce our Terms of Service, or that is legally required;
  • we believe it’s needed to detect, prevent or address fraud, security or technical issues;
  • otherwise protect our property, legal rights, or that of others.

The Website is operated from the United States. If you are visiting the Website from outside the U.S., you agree to any processing of any personal information you provide us according to this policy.

Benjamin Law Firm may contact you, by email or other means. For example, Benjamin Law Firm may send you promotional emails relating to Benjamin Law Firm or other third parties Benjamin Law Firm feels you would be interested in, or communicate with you about your use of the Benjamin Law Firm website. Benjamin Law Firm may also use technology to alert us via a confirmation email when you open an email from us. You can modify your email notification preferences by clicking the appropriate link included in the footer of email notifications. If you do not want to receive email from Benjamin Law Firm, please opt out of receiving emails at the bottom of any Benjamin Law Firm emails or by emailing

Sharing of Data

We currently use Google Analytics (traffic analysis, SEO optimization), Facebook Visitor Action Pixels (traffic analysis), Lexicata (client intake, legal communications), and Constant Contact (newsletter, email communications). How we share data with these third parties is explained below.

Google Analytics may obtain anonymous information about your non-precise location information (e.g., your zip code), other non-precise location information, the type of device you use, your IP address, your operating system, the type of internet browsers you use, and information about the way you use the website. You can find more information about how Google Analytics may use your data by visiting:

Facebook Visitor Action Pixels may obtain information about your non-precise location information (e.g., your zip code), other non-precise location information, the type of device you use, your IP address, your operating system, the type of internet browsers you use, the unique identification ID of your device, and information about the way you use the website. Facebook may correlate this information with other information that they have gathered about you to serve you targeted ads through services other than the website and to supply us with aggregated demographics data. You can object to the collection of your data by Facebook Visitor Action Pixels by navigating to the following address: Also, you can find more information about how Facebook may use your data by visiting:

Lexicata does not collect any data directly from this website, but information submitted to our contact form will be stored and processed by their service. Any data sent to or processed by Lexicata will be governed by their privacy policy, which can be found at

Constant Contact will be supplied with your name and email address when you sign up for our newsletter. This information will be stored and processed by Constant Contact so that we can use their service to send you emails about Benjamin Law Firm. Information about how they manage this data can be found here:

We also use social buttons provided by services like Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Facebook. Your use of these third party services is entirely optional. We are not responsible for the privacy policies and/or practices of these third party services, and you are responsible for reading and understanding those third party services’ privacy policies.

Both Google Analytics and Facebook Visitor Action Pixels may place cookies on to your computer and these cookies may be used to track your behavior online. Whereas cookies deployed by Google will anonymize your data, data collected by the Facebook Visitor Action Pixels may be linked to your Facebook account.
You can block or delete cookies and still be able to use the Website.

We employ and contract with people and other entities that perform certain tasks on our behalf and who are under our control (our “Agents”). We may need to share personal information with our Agents in order to provide products or services to you. Unless we tell you differently, our Agents do not have any right to use Personal Information or other information we share with them beyond what is necessary to assist us. You hereby consent to our sharing of Personal Information with our Agents.

We may choose to buy or sell assets. In these types of transactions, user information is typically one of the transferred business assets. Moreover, if we, or substantially all of our assets, were acquired, or if we go out of business or enter bankruptcy, user information would be one of the assets that is transferred or acquired by a third party. You acknowledge that such transfers may occur, and that any acquirer of us or our assets may continue to use your personal information as set forth in this policy.

Changes to the Privacy Policy

We may amend this Privacy Policy from time to time. Use of information we collect now is subject to the Privacy Policy in effect at the time such information is used. If we make major changes in the way we collect or use information, we will notify you by posting an announcement on the Website or sending you an email. A user is bound by any changes to the Privacy Policy when he or she uses the Website after such changes have been first posted.

Should you have any question or concern, please email