We understand that privacy online is important to users of our site, especially when conducting business. This statement governs our privacy policies with respect to those users of our site who visit with or without transacting business on the site and make use of the various services offered by EVERSHED LAW.

Evershed Law, PLLC (“EVERSHED LAW”) is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of all Personal Information (as defined below) you may provide us. This Privacy Policy sets out the details of what information we collect, how we collect it, what we do with information, how we treat the information, and your choices with respect to the information we collect. By viewing, visiting, using, providing Personal Information, or otherwise interacting with EVERSHED LAW or with any banner, pop-up, or advertising that appears on the EVERSHED LAW website, you are agreeing and consenting to all the provisions, terms, conditions, and practices described in this Privacy Policy.

This website is not designed for, or directed to, persons under the age of 13 and EVERSHED LAW does not intentionally collect information about anyone under the age of 13 on this website. Furthermore, all persons under the age of 13 are denied access to EVERSHED LAW. If you are under 13 years of age, it is unlawful for you to visit, read, or interact with EVERSHED LAW or its contents in any manner. EVERSHED LAW specifically denies access to any individual that is covered by the Child Online Privacy Act (COPA) of 1998.

EVERSHED LAW reserves the right to deny access to any person or viewer for any reason. Under the terms of the Privacy Policy, which you accept as a condition for viewing, EVERSHED LAW is allowed to collect and store data and information for the purpose of exclusion and for many other uses.

EVERSHED LAW will use its best efforts to keep your Personal Information secure; however, such security often relies on EVERSHED LAW’s systems and facilities. No system or facility can be completely secure, and EVERSHED LAW does not guarantee that all Personal Information will remain secure at all times. Should a breach of our systems or facilities occur, EVERSHED LAW will alert you with reasonable promptness via email, telephone, and first-class mail.


“Anonymous Information” means information that does not personally identify an individual, including aggregate demographic information.

“Cookies” means small files that are stored on your web browser to help a particular system recognize you and the pages that you visited on a website. EVERSHED LAW’s website uses cookies to store your account information between sessions and to maintain information on how you navigate the EVERSHED LAW website. You can set your browser to automatically refuse cookies, though you may not be able to use all the features on our website. EVERSHED LAW may use third party cookies inserted into our site by third parties, such as Google.

“Information” means, collectively, Anonymous Information, Personal Information, and Sensitive Information.

“Personal Information” means information that can identify a person as a specific individual, such as a name, phone number, email address, social security number, or credit card number. Personal Information includes information provided by donors to or members of EVERSHED LAW. 

“Sensitive Information” means Personal Information that reveals a natural person’s race, ethnic origin, political, philosophical, or religious beliefs; information specifying a person’s gender, or that concerns a natural person’s health or medical condition.

Google Analytics

EVERSHED LAW uses Google Analytics (“GA”) to collect information about the use of our site by others. Google Analytics places a cookie on your computer so GA can recognize your computer if you visit our website for the first time, and again at future times. The cookie does not collect Personal Information. GA focuses on how many users visit the EVERSHED LAW site, which pages they visit, and when they do visit our site, which sites the user was on prior to landing on the EVERSHED LAW site. EVERSHED LAW may choose to use GA to advertise online. Should EVERSHED LAW choose to do so, Google may show EVERSHED LAW ads online across the web. Third party advertisers, such as Google, use first party cookies (their own) and third-party cookies (such as EVERSHED LAW’s) to optimize ads based on visits to the EVERSHED LAW website. EVERSHED LAW’s ability to use and share Information collected by Google Analytics about your visit to the EVERSHED LAW site is restricted by the Google Analytics Terms of Use found here: https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/terms/us/

and by the Google Privacy Policy found here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en&gl=us

You can choose to disable your cookies so that GA does not recognize your visit to the EVERSHED LAW website.

How Does EVERSHED LAW Collect Information about me?

As stated above, at any given time, EVERSHED LAW may collect three types of Information about you: Personal Information, Sensitive Information, and Anonymous Information. The following paragraphs outline for you how we collect the category of information described.

Personal Information: Personal Information may be gathered about you in the following circumstances (described as representative examples only):

  • Web-based forms;
  • Signing up on our website for newsletters and/or email alerts;
  • Signing up for one of EVERSHED LAW’s events;
  • Participating in a text message conversation, message posts, commenting to your legal documents, and other electronic communications regarding your case matter;
  • Background checks; and
  • Third party providers may provide EVERSHED LAW with your Personal Information.

Anonymous Information: Anonymous Information may be gathered about you through the use of cookies and Google Analytics, as more fully described above.

Sensitive Information: Evershed Law, PLLC. does not collect any sensitive information about you, nor does the company desire to receive such information about you. 

Anonymous Information: Evershed Law, PLLC uses Anonymous Information we collect for marketing purposes, to improve our website, and to hone our services and community involvement programs.

Does EVERSHED LAW Share or Disclose my Information to Third Parties?

EVERSHED LAW does not share your Personal Information to third parties except as set forth below; provided however, EVERSHED LAW may choose to share your Personal Information with third parties:

  • When we provide services, programs, or events for you;
  • When we correspond with you;
  • When we rely on a third party to verify the validity of your payments to Evershed Law or any wire transfer/escrowed funds;
  • As may be required by law – for example – subpoena, search warrants, or other legal processes;
  • When in EVERSHED LAW’s sole discretion, disclosure of such Personal Information is required to enforce the rights of EVERSHED LAW or to protect the rights and safety of others;

In the event of disclosure as set forth above, EVERSHED LAW assures you that any third party receiving your Personal Information is contractually required to provide the same level of privacy protection as set forth in this Privacy Policy.

Anonymous Information: EVERSHED LAW may share your Anonymous Information with third parties; provided however, that we will do so in a manner that is consistent and relevant to the purpose for which the Anonymous Information was collected. To the extent that any such Anonymous Information is shared, EVERSHED LAW will ensure that such information is accurate, complete, and reliable for its intended use.

Email Correspondence

EVERSHED LAW may use email and text to communicate with you. We will not send you emails or texts if you request it. Please refer to “Opting Out” below for more information.

Opting Out

You may choose to opt out of receiving email communications, text communications, and disclosures of Personal Information to third parties (for a purpose incompatible with the reason for which such Personal Information was collected). Removing your Personal Information from our marketing list and our communication list may take up to ten days. If you wish to opt out of communications, please send your request to: info@evershedlaw.com

Update to Personal Information

If you wish to update your Personal Information, please send an email to: info@evershedlaw.com or you can mail us at:

  • Evershed Law, PLLC
  • 10808 S River Front Pkwy, Ste 3067
  • South Jordan, UT 84095

We will not be able to modify historical records (older records) but will update your records going forward.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy is dated with the latest edition. We may update this Privacy Policy at any time. If we make material changes to this Privacy Policy that do not affect the Information gathered prior to the changes, we will notify you by posting an update on the Privacy Policy page of our website. If EVERSHED LAW changes the way that we intend to use your Personal Information in a manner that is different than how we said we would use such information at the time it was collected from you, then we will notify you via email. At that point, you will have a choice as to whether you will allow EVERSHED LAW to continue using your Personal Information, or if you want to opt out. We encourage you to check the privacy page of our website and review this Privacy Policy to ensure you are aware of any changes to our privacy practices.

Third Party Links

EVERSHED LAW may display and/or use third party links on its website. This Privacy Policy applies only to our website. Therefore, if you click on a link and navigate to another website, we hereby expressly state to you that we are not responsible for the information, privacy practices, or content of the linked websites. 

Legal Contact

If you have any concerns or questions regarding this Privacy Policy, or believe that EVERSHED LAW is operating in contravention of this Privacy Policy, please contact us at: 

Evershed Law, PLLC

10808 S River Front Pkwy, Ste 3067

South Jordan, UT 84095

(801) 984-3352