Terms & Disclaimers

Law Offices of Arthur S. Charchian P.C: Terms & Disclaimers

The asc-law.com Web Site (the “Site”) is an online information service provided by The Law Offices of Arthur S. Charchian P.C. subject to your compliance with the terms and conditions set forth below.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Submitting legal questions and request for legal advice to the Law Offices of Arthur S. Charchian does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship can only be established with the signing of a written agreement. Should you need immediate legal assistance, please do not rely on the information presented on this website. Instead, phone a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction immediately.

Please be advised that information sent over the Internet may not be secure and confidentiality cannot be guaranteed dispite our efforts to protect your information.

Disclaimer

The materials in this web site are provided to help you learn about our services. The materials do not and are not intended to constitute legal advice. Neither transmission nor receipt of such materials will create an attorney-client relationship between the sender and the receiver.

Internet subscribers and on-line readers are advised to refrain from taking any action based on the materials in this web site without consulting legal counsel.

We do not guarantee that the material in our web site reflects subsequent legal or other developments. We are also not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information contained in sites linked to ours.

The cases mentioned within are illustrative of the variety of matters handled by the firm. In many verdicts listed, the plaintiffs either settled or obtained a modified award. These case examples are representative only and should not be viewed as assurance of a particular result. There is no guarantee as to the outcome of any case.

The personal injury, wrongful death, or other legal information presented at this site should not be considered formal legal advice, nor the formation of a lawyer or attorney client relationship. Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future matter. Please note that you are not considered a client until you have signed a retainer agreement and your case has been accepted by us. Submitting a form or question does not create attorney client relationship and is not intended to solicit clients outside of the state of California except for federal law matters.

We look forward to having the opportunity to help you. Please do not hesitate to contact us. We keep all correspondence strictly confidential.