Here are some things to consider before sending us an electronic message:
Sending us an electronic message DOES NOT create an attorney-client relationship between us. That special legal relationship only occurs when we have jointly entered into a written, formal fee agreement.
So, unless we have already jointly entered into a written, formal fee agreement, your electronic message send via this form will not qualify as an attorney-client privileged communication. (Yes, this paragraph is redundant, but better to be redundant than unclear.)
Also, you must be aware that the Internet is not a secure transmission medium. It’s like writing your private information on the back of a postcard and dropping that postcard in the mail. Since your message is not encrypted, if you don’t want strangers knowing your private information and/or secrets, carefully consider whether you’d like to use this form to send us a message.
If you’re in doubt about using this form to send your message, just say no. Don’t send the electronic message. Rather, just pick up the phone and call us toll free on (855) Cell-Site (855) 235-5748 , or dial us internationally on +1 (310) 312-9900.
Okay If we haven’t scared you off by now, by using the form below to send us an electronic message, you agree that you’ve read and understand the warnings and terms described here and still wish to proceed.