Please read the following notice before sending an e-mail to our firm:
Sending us an e-mail
will not make you a client of our firm. Until we have agreed to
represent you, anything you send us will not be confidential or
privileged. The best way for you to inquire about a possible
representation is to call Winkles Law Group. If you proceed with an
e-mail, you confirm that you have read and understand this notice.
Winkles Law Group does
not agree to represent clients through the Internet without first
having a face to face meeting, a telephone conversation, or an exchange
of correspondence. If you would like to inquire about retaining Winkles
Law Group, please complete the form provided on our web site. We
will conduct a conflict check to make sure we do not already represent
an adverse party, and someone will be in touch with you shortly.
Because we must obtain
information to determine if an actual or potential conflict of interest
exists, the initial information you provide for this purpose will not
be confidential. By receiving this information, Winkles Law Group
is not barred from representing another client if an actual or
potential conflict of interest exists, or if we do not undertake
representation for any other reason. By submitting this
information on the form provided on our web site, you expressly
acknowledge that such information is not confidential.
There may be important
deadlines involved in your claim. If you fail to file suit or
take other appropriate action in a timely manner, you may permanently
lose some, if not all, of your rights.