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www.disability-benefits.org. Freedom Disability has created this Privacy Statement in order to demonstrate and inform you of our commitment to privacy. The following Policy describes how we collect, protect and use information we receive from visitors to our site. This Policy applies only to information collected through this Site and not to information collected offline or through use of any Freedom Disability services.
The Type of Information Collected
There are two kinds of information web sites can obtain from you:
(a) Anonymous Information: Anonymous Information is aggregate data that
web sites use to administer their sites. It may include such information as
your browser type or your Internet Protocol (IP) address. Freedom Disability
may from time to time retain third parties to help us collect and aggregate this customer information.
(a) Personally Identifiable Information: Personally Identifiable Information is any information that personally identifies you, such as your
name, email address or your telephone number. This personal information is needed when you fill out an online inquiry, obtain services from
Freedom Disability, subscribe to our email newsletter, or when you contact us. We may ask you to provide us with personal information on
a voluntary basis in certain areas of our Site. In particular, you may be asked to provide the following information:
The information you share with us may be used in a few ways:
(a) Anonymous Information: “Anonymous Information” is used internally for Site administration, troubleshooting and to help improve the quality
of the web pages. We may share such aggregated, non-personally identifiable information, such as demographics, with existing and prospective
business partners and advertisers. We never connect aggregate information with Personally Identifiable Information, and none of the aggregate
information we share will contain any information that identifies you individually.
(b) Personally Identifiable Information: “Personally Identifiable Information” collected by Freedom Disability may be used for purposes including
administration of the Site and communications with you. In all cases, however, we will only use your information as permitted by law. We also may
disclose Personally Identifiable Information if we are required to do so by law or we in good faith believe that such action is necessary to (a)
comply with the law or with legal process; (b) protect and defend our rights and property; (c) protect against misuse or unauthorized use of the
Site; or (d) protect the personal safety or property of our users or the public. Please note that we may not provide you with notice prior to
disclosure in such cases.
Freedom Disability does not share, sell, rent, or trade Personally Identifiable Information with third parties for their promotional
purposes except as described in this Policy.
We support the right of our visitors to choose. If you decide that you do not wish to receive special offers or promotional communications,
you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the address provided below, indicating
that you no longer want to receive information relating to this Site.
You have a right to know about the personal information that Freedom Disability holds about you, including the right to correct, amend or delete
the information that Freedom Disability has on file if it is incorrect. If you wish to exercise these rights please contact us by email or
postal mail at the addresses below.
This Site incorporates appropriate safeguards to protect the security, integrity, completeness, accuracy and privacy of the personal information
we have collected. We have put in place reasonable precautions to protect information from loss, misuse and alteration, including Secure Socket Layer
(SSL) technology and database encryption. While on a secure page, the lock icon on the bottom of Web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft
Internet Explorer becomes locked, as opposed to unlocked, or open, when you are just “surfing”. While we use SSL encryption to protect sensitive
information online, we use reasonable efforts to protect user information offline. Our security and privacy policies are periodically reviewed
and enhanced as required and only authorized individuals have access to the information you provide.
Security of information communicated by or to us over the Internet is of utmost concern to us; unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet
can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Please note that your email, like most, if not all, non-encrypted Internet communications, may be accessed
and viewed by other Internet users, without your knowledge and permission, while in transit to us. For that reason, to protect your privacy, please
do not use email to communicate information to us that you consider confidential. While we strive to protect your personal information, Freedom Disability
cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or through our Site, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your
transmission, we will use reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our internal systems. Depending on the nature of the inquiry, your communication
may be discarded or archived. If you wish, you may contact us instead via telephone at the numbers provided throughout our Site.
As we continue to develop our business, we may buy, merge or partner with other companies or businesses, and in so doing, acquire customer information.
In such transactions, user information may be among the transferred assets. Similarly, in the unlikely event that a portion or substantially all of
Freedom Disability’s assets are sold or transferred to a third party, customer information (including your email address) would likely be one of
the transferred business assets.
Protecting the privacy of children is very important to us. The Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”) defines a “Child” as
anyone under the age of 13. Freedom Disability strictly adheres to COPPA. For that reason, we do not collect or maintain information obtained through
our Site from those we actually know are under 13, and no part of our Site is structured to attract anyone under 13.
This Site may provide links and/or ad banners to various web sites or sponsors that we do not control for your convenience. When you click on one of
these links, you will be transferred out of our Site and connected to the web site of the organization or company that you selected. We are not responsible
for the nature, quality or accuracy of the content or opinions expressed in such web sites, and such web sites are not investigated, monitored or
checked for quality, accuracy or completeness by us. Inclusion of any linked web site on the Site does not imply or express an approval or endorsement
of the linked web site by us, or of any of the content, opinions, products or services provided on these web sites. Even if an affiliation exists
between our Site and a third-party web site, we exercise no control over linked sites. Each of these linked sites maintains its own independent
privacy and data collection policies and procedures. While Freedom Disability expects its partners, advertisers and affiliates to respect the
privacy of our users, Freedom Disability cannot be responsible for the actions of third parties. If you visit a web site that is linked to our
This Site is controlled, operated and administered entirely within the United States. By using this Site, you signify your agreement to the terms of this
Policy. If you do not agree with this Policy, please do not disclose any personal information through this Site. This Policy and the use of this Site
are governed by Tennessee law. Any claim related to the Site or this Policy shall be brought in a federal or state court in Nashville, Tennessee, within
one year after the claim arises. Users of the Site consent to the jurisdiction and venue of such courts as the most convenient and appropriate for the
resolution of disputes concerning this Policy. This Policy and the notices outlined herein are not intended to and do not create any contractual or
other legal rights in or on behalf of any third party.
Under the California Civil Code, residents of the State of California that have provided any Personally Identifiable Information to Freedom Disability
have the right to request a list of all third parties to which Freedom Disability has disclosed Personally Identifiable Information during the preceding
choice for use of Personally Identifiable Information by third parties (such as advertisers or affiliated companies) for marketing purposes,
Freedom Disability may instead provide you with information on how to exercise your disclosure choice options. Freedom Disability qualifies for the
alternative option; it has established this Policy that provides you with details on how you may either opt-out or opt-in to the use of your Personally
Identifiable Information by third parties for direct marketing purposes.
If you are a California resident and request information about how to exercise your third party disclosure choices, please send a request to
email@example.com with a preference on how our response to your request should be sent.
Freedom Disability may modify this Policy at any time, at its discretion, and modifications are effective upon being posted on this Site. If we
decide to change this Policy, we will post those changes on the home page of the Site and any other places we deem appropriate so that you are
aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it. You are responsible for reviewing
this Policy periodically to ensure that you are aware of any changes to it. If we make material changes to this Policy, we will notify you
by means of a notice on our Site’s home page.
We welcome your questions, comments and all feedback pertaining to your privacy or any other issue with regard to this Site.
At any time, you may revoke your consent, cease further use of your email address to send you updates, and direct us to delete the information
you have supplied. Although it is not always possible to remove or modify such information, we will make reasonable efforts to do so. If you
have given us information for one of those third parties we mentioned above and we have already passed it on, we cannot delete or change the
information. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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“My name is Catherine. I just called and spoke to a Kanika and .. I'm calling to tell
you I think she's an excellent a lady. I hope she becomes one of the advocates or gets
more promotions. She's kind to me; she spoke loud enough ... and she's thorough and
a very lovely lady. I just wanted to call so that you could please put a little
marker in her folder for promotions and things like that and let her know
that ... she does have ... 1 of your customers that really thinks she's
awesome. That's all I need to say to you I think you get the point. I just
wanted tell you once again the lady named Kanika is excellent at what she does. Thank you.”– Catherine 03/2012
“Yes Evelyn, my name is Michael I'm a client of you all’s and Karen was my Advocate. I
could not thank you people enough for everything you've done. You've got me disability
within five months with people who have waited years. Karen was so super and awesome. She
was easy to talk to; I mean the girl deserves a raise. She’s awesome and don't ever
lose her because she's really a good person to work with. If you ever want to do
a commercial I'll be glad to do it for you thank you.” – Michael 02/2012
"I’ve been with Evelyn from the start to the end and I’m going to the judge. I’m not
worried because win or lose she will be with me, on that I can bank. Freedom you’re
the best.” - Roderick 01/2012
Recently I had the good fortune to deal with a person in your organization with whom I needed support
for my case in applying for disability. At times I could not always comply with the needs of this
individual and met with extreme patience and understanding. The professional nature in which this
individual supported my needs and responded to my questions was at a minimum superlative. This
person assuaged my fears with explanatory information. I can’t say enough about how well I was
treated. I have been a supervisor or manager of people for most of my working career and I was
treated and managed so well soon after the introduction I started to gain more and more confidence
in Mr. Anthony. I want you to also take credit for managing Anthony and whatever training you
must have provided for a function that must be very difficult to manage, never mind his
execution. I usually complain loudly and often but I always feel justified because when
I see and experience quite the opposite I also note and complement those involved. I may
only be one account and I may be someone you don’t know – but I would like to congratulate
Anthony and you for a fine job! Have a great day as well!” – Rocky 12/2011
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applications. They are passionate about what they do, and they do it with respect. Above all else, they care. That is the disability advocacy culture
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