Privacy Policy

Indy Malpractice is committed to protecting your privacy. Our privacy policy, effective March 28, 2017, explains how, developed by Growth Heroes, uses and safeguards all information you provide when using our site. Please contact us directly with any questions regarding our privacy policy.

How We Collect and Use Information

To send an inquiry or request a consultation through our website, you must provide us with information that identifies you, such as your:

  • Name
  • Email Address
  • Telephone Number

You can also choose to send a message. This information will be used to contact you.

We will only use your personal information in accordance with the law.

To protect your information from unauthorized access, disclosure, changes, or loss, Indy Malpractice employs electronic, physical, and managerial safeguards. We cannot, however, guarantee that your identifiable and non-identifiable personal information will never be disclosed in a manner inconsistent with our privacy policy. We are not liable for any security breaches or other actions taken by third parties.

Our Use of Cookies

Cookies are small files that are sent from a server to your web browser and stored on your computer. They enable to improve your user experience by collecting and remembering information about your preferences as you navigate the site. Cookies can either be accepted or rejected. Cookies cannot grant access to your computer or any of its contents.

Most browsers accept cookies by default, but you can change your settings to decline cookies if you prefer. However, it is important to understand that declining cookies may prevent you from fully utilizing the site.

Learn more about cookie management in the most popular browsers:

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Google AdWords Remarketing

To advertise our services across the web, we use Google AdWords Remarketing. We also use it to provide you with relevant marketing. Google AdWords Remarketing displays ads tailored to you based on the parts of our site that you visit by placing a cookie on your browsing device. This cookie does not allow you to be identified or gain access to your computer. Instead, the cookie recognizes that you have visited a page, resulting in the placement of ads related to the topic of that page. You can choose not to participate in Google AdWords Remarketing by visiting this page. You can choose not to participate in any third-party vendor’s use of cookies by visiting this page.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a tool that collects information about how users find information, such as search terms used and the amount of traffic that certain websites receive. We use this data to enhance the user experience by making more accessible to those who can benefit from our content. Google Analytics, like AdWords Remarketing, collects this information through cookies. You can opt-out of participating in Google Analytics and cease receiving related cookies by following these instructions.

Facebook Lead Ads

Facebook Lead Ads are Facebook advertisements that allow you to submit your personal information directly to us so that we can contact you and discuss your interest in our services. Personal information submitted through a Facebook Lead Ad is subject to the terms of our privacy policy. We do not use Lead Ads to target minors.

Bing Ads Data Collection

Bing Ads collects data about user actions on advertiser websites using anonymous cookies. We use Bing Ads to learn how frequently users click our advertisements, how long they stay on our site, how frequently they visit, and other information. If you do not wish to participate in Bing Ads data collection, please follow the instructions outlined on this page.

Our Data Storage

Databases, software, codes, designs, and all other internally developed applications used to provide our site and services are all owned by Indy Malpractice. You retain complete ownership of the data you submit to We collaborate with third-party vendors and hosting companies to provide the networking, storage, software, hardware, and other technology required to deliver our services.

Managing Your Personal Information

We go to great lengths to ensure that you have access to your personal information. You can correct mistakes or delete your information at any time, as long as it is not required by law or for legitimate business purposes. To begin, you must identify yourself and the information you want to access, modify, correct, or delete. We reserve the right to refuse requests that would jeopardize the privacy of others, are unrealistic, would necessitate an unreasonable amount of technical effort, or would necessitate unauthorized access. When users are granted access to their personal information, we do so for free unless it requires a significant amount of effort on our part.

If you would like to access, change, or remove your personal information, please contact us. If you request that your information be removed, we will do so within 7 business days of receiving your request.

Privacy Policy Changes

We reserve the right to update or modify our privacy policies at any time. When this occurs, we will post a notice on our website. These changes will take effect on the date they are posted.

Growth Heroes is a partner of our law firm.  To learn more about the Growth Heroes privacy policy and the data that may be collected, please visit: Growth Heroes Privacy Statement.