Introducing The Yost Legal Group Privacy Policy

Introducing The Yost Legal Group Privacy Policy

Valuing Your Data Privacy and Protection for Over 30 Years

The Yost Legal Group has been in operation, serving the people of Maryland and around the world, for over 30 years. With tens of thousands of past and current clients, we have been a respected and trusted law firm right here in Baltimore City, Maryland the entire time. And while we have always respected our clients’ and prospective clients’ privacy and treated their data with the utmost care, we believe it is now time to put our practice in words.

To that end, we are launching The Yost Legal Group Privacy Policy, which you can find on our website under the “Home” tab.

If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or any of our current litigations, you may reach us online, by chat, or at 1-800-967-8529.


The Yost Legal Group Privacy Policy

We Do Not Sell Any Data We Collect

The Yost Legal Group cares about your privacy. Given the deluge of data leaks and bad actors, people are understandably concerned about their data and privacy. We do everything in our power to protect the information you provide to us during your consultations and cases.

Collection of Information

As most websites do, we collect information about our visitors. However, unlike most websites, we do not do much with that data, at least not historically.

Mostly, we just monitor who is coming to our site for customer tracking. For example, we collect IP address, page visits, and origin links. Every website checking their traffic has access to these tracking tools.

Additionally, our website contains HTTP cookies, which your web browser stores so that our server can recognize your anonymized data when you return to our site.

This allows us the ability to keep track of repeat visitors. And it allows your system to store data from our website, which speeds up your browsing experience as you access our webpages.

You can stop websites from tracking cookies or delete cookie data after each session by adjusting the privacy settings in your web browser.

Use of Your Information

We DO NOT sell our prospective clients’ data. But if you contact us about a case that we do not handle or can no longer handle, we may forward your information to a firm that does handle that type of case because our goal is to find you the help that you deserve.

Sometimes, we co-counsel with cases, allowing another firm to take the lead. But in many cases involving non-injury-related claims, we just forward the information to a lawyer who can best handle your case.

The only other reason to disclose information is to comply with any legal or governmental request.

Our Website Is Like Every Other: Not Guaranteed to Be 100% Secure

You should know that any information sent to us is not guaranteed to be secure. We believe data privacy and security to be of the utmost importance. To that end, we employ and implement strong safety measures for how and where we secure our data.

However, bad actors are always on the move. We are doing our best to stay ahead of those individuals and organizations.

Any information provided to us is at your own risk.

Sending Information Does Not Form an Attorney-Client Relationship

Unless you have signed a retainer agreement with us, we are not your attorneys. No information provided here makes us your attorneys.

You Are Free to Unsubscribe at Any Time

When you contact us and leave us your e-mail address, we may attempt to reach out to you in the future regarding new or existing litigations. 

Sometimes, laws change and provide an opportunity for someone to bring a case that wasn’t previously viable.

If that were to happen, we may go back through our records and reach out to you to let you know that your legal rights may have changed.

Additionally, we may send an e-mail blast to our former clients and prospective clients about legal moves that may affect them. This is done infrequently.

If at any time you feel that you no longer wish to receive an e-mail from our law firm, you may unsubscribe. There will be a link at the bottom of every infrequent blast e-mail sent that you will be able to click on to unsubscribe immediately.