Luis Aguirre Law Privacy Policy Disclosure and Terms of Use

I. Introduction

By using this website and websites, you consent to the above Privacy Policy Disclosure and Terms of Use.

Luis Aguirre Law is committed to protecting your personal information and privacy. We do not sell or rent your personal information. When you visit our website, we will not gather your personal information, unless you willingly share that information with us. We will not share your personal information with third parties unless you specifically authorize us to do so – for example, if you hire us as your attorneys and sign a contract with us, we may engage a third party agent to inspect your motor vehicle, or another law firm if necessary. We may also share your personal information by court order, to protect the safety of our law firm and staff, to enforce or defend a contract, or where we reasonably believe in good faith it is required by law. We gather “other” information, as indicated below in this Privacy Policy. 

Personal Information Collected

We collect personal information from you when you choose to provide us your information electronically, for example, via email, through our “evaluation form,” through the “contact us” form, through fax, or through our “chat service.” You should not send confidential or personal identifiable information or proprietary information electronically to us as it may not be sent secured. Confidential information is information that would identify you as a person, and that is tied to the facts of your potential case. Personal identifiable information is information such as your social security number, date of birth, driver license number, or financial information. Proprietary information is information, such as trade secrets. We may send you back information electronically as well, via email, for example, when we return your email, or other communication regarding our firm’s events or publications. If you do not wish to receive further information or communication from us, please inform us so to be removed from our mailing lists.

“Other” Information Collected

Our web servers and logs automatically may collect information regarding your experience on our site through “analytics and tracking tools” such as how long you stayed on our site, the last web site you visited before visiting our site, your internet protocol address, the date you visited our site, the place from where you visited our site, what browser you are using, how many clicks you have made on the screen, information CSS on the screen, web browser language, any plug-ins installed on your browser, java script objects. Our website may also use “cookies.” A “cookie” is data sent from our website/server, and that would be stored on your computer’s web browser. Cookies are used, among other things, to enhance your experience on our website. You may be able to adjust your cookie settings in the “privacy” tab under “settings” in your browser to not accept cookies from our web site, although doing this may affect your experience on our web site. You may learn more about “cookies” by visiting this third party website. This website is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Terms of Service and Privacy Policy apply. Related social media accounts may collect your information. You should refer to those accounts “Privacy Policy” and “Terms of Service” to ascertain what information they collect.

Consent 

By using this website and websites, you consent to the above Privacy Policy Disclosure and Terms of Use.

II. Disclaimer

Information on Website

The information on this Luis Aguirre Law firm’s website (Luisaguirrelaw.com and Luisaguirreabogado.com), Luis Aguirre Law related law firm’s social media websites, Luis Aguirre Law related law firm’s ratings websites, and Luis Aguirre Law related law firm’s publications that refer, cite, or link back to this Disclaimer (also referred herein altogether as “Law Firm Websites”), is for general information and/or educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or a guarantee on the outcome of your particular potential case. The information on these Law Firm Websites is intended for California consumers only. Although the information on these Law Firm Websites may be considered advertising, these Law Firm Websites are not intended to advertise our legal services, to solicit clients, or to provide legal advice. Information on these Law Firm Websites is considered accurate and up to date, but we cannot guarantee that this is the case and thus the information found on these Law Firm Websites should not be acted or relied upon without first conducting an independent investigation and/or obtaining qualified legal counsel, or you do so at your own risk. We disclaim any liability in connection with any actions taken or not taken based on these Law Firm Websites’ content, including third party links found therein.       

Attorney-Client Relationship 

Viewing, reading, or receiving the information on these Law Firm Websites, including the “chat” feature of this website, does not create an attorney-client relationship. Sending information electronically, through these Law Firm Websites, including through this website’s form, email, fax, or “chat” feature does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor does it create a duty on us to respond. Confidential, proprietary, or personal identifiable information should not be sent through any of the means just described, or any other means, as it may not necessarily be treated as confidential or privileged and furthermore may not be sent secured or encrypted. If you are going to send information through the means described, mail or any other physical delivery service, or any other means, you should send only general contact information and a general description of your problem until an attorney-client relationship has been established. It is at Luis Aguirre Law’s sole discretion whether to take you on as a client. We are not your attorneys and we do not represent you in court or otherwise until you sign a written contract with Luis Aguirre Law, the contract is received signed by you, and the contract is fully executed by Luis Aguirre Law signing the contract.

Attorney is admitted to practice law in the state of California only and cannot take and will not take cases outside of California. The information on these Law Firm Websites is intended for California consumers only. To the extent that these Law Firm Websites are visible outside California, Luis Aguirre Law has no intent to reach individuals, companies, or entities seeking legal representation or counsel for matters outside of California. Although attorney Luis Aguirre limits his practice to the particular field of breach of contract – lemon law, attorney Luis Aguirre is not a certified specialist in this particular field or in any other field or area of law. Attorney Luis Aguirre also speaks Spanish and will provide service in Spanish if requested. Some information on these Law Firm Websites may be considered legal advertisement, in which case, Luis Aguirre Law and attorney Luis Aguirre are responsible for the contents of the advertising. The information on these Law Firm Websites is intended for California consumers only. If you need counsel outside of California, you should contact counsel in that other jurisdiction.   

No representation is made that the quality of our legal services is greater or better than that of any other law firm. We make no comparison of our attorneys’ services or fees with that of any other attorneys or law firms’ services or fees. Nothing on these Law Firm Websites, is to constitute an inference or implication that we are the “best” (or similar words) attorneys in comparison to other firms, or that we in fact use “military precision” on a matter, but rather expresses our opinion. We are not affiliated with any government agency or with any public or charitable legal services organization. Some parts of these Law Firm Websites may contain dramatization or hypotheticals. Any resemblance to a real life person (s) or event (s) is purely coincidental. Clients’ past results do not create a guarantee of future results. Representations of past clients regarding Attorney’s service or about the outcome of their cases on these Law Firm Websites do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your particular matter. All cases are different. No attorney can guarantee an outcome of a case. Hiring an attorney, or law firm, is a serious endeavor and should not be based solely on advertising. 

This Disclaimer applies to all pages and content contained in this Luis Aguirre Law firm’s website (Luisaguirrelaw.com and Luisaguirreabogado.com), Luis Aguirre Law related law firm’s social media websites, Luis Aguirre Law related law firm’s ratings websites, and Luis Aguirre Law related law firm’s publications that refer, cite, or link back to this Disclaimer (referred herein altogether as “Law Firm Websites”).

 Please see our “Our Policies” tab for further information.

III. Fees

For “lemon law” cases, the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act provides for attorney’s fees, costs, and, expenses if the buyer prevails. This means that you will not pay Luis Aguirre Law (Attorney) any attorney’s fees, costs or expenses if we prevail on your case because the manufacturer will pay us those fees, costs, and expenses.

Attorney does not charge a contingency fee on “lemon law” cases that do not involve a “civil penalty” or “punitive damages.” A contingency fee is a fee that is a percentage of the client’s civil penalty or punitive damages award. In lemon law cases involving a “civil penalty” (which can be “up to two times the amount of actual damages”) or “punitive damages,” Attorney may charge a contingency fee borne out of the civil penalty or punitive damages, which would be a percentage of the civil penalty or punitive damages, but not the amount of “actual damages.”

Some cases may involve other causes of action. Examples of those causes of action are fraud, misrepresentation, violations under the CLRA (California Consumers Legal Remedies Act) and violations of California Business and Professions Code 17200 and 17500, et seq. For those cases, a contingency fee may apply. In that instance, Attorney’s contingency fee is borne out of the client’s damages award, as a percentage of the client’s damages for those causes of action.

In all instances, except in lemon law cases where we prevail and the manufacturer pays Attorney costs and expenses or where allowed by law and written in the agreement, costs and expenses are ultimately the responsibility of the client, and client is liable for those costs and expenses. For example, in an instance that we do not prevail, costs and expenses are ultimately the responsibility of the client, and client is liable for those costs and expenses. Costs and expenses include but are not limited to a vehicle inspection, and court costs. Even in the event we do not prevail, you will pay us no attorney’s fees.

In an instance that the client wishes to drop the case without cause – simply deciding not to continue with the case – the client would be responsible only for costs and expenses associated with the case to date, but not for attorney’s fees for work completed by the attorney or staff. In cases where the client drops a case due to dissatisfaction and then hires another counsel or law firm to continue case, Attorney reserves the right to put a “lien” with the new counsel or law firm for services rendered. 

Sometimes a manufacturer would remit a check to Attorney that includes both the client’s damages and Attorney’s fees, costs, and expenses. What this means is that the manufacturer included both, the client’s damages and the attorney’s fees, costs, and expenses in one check and Attorney in turn will remit the client’s portion to the client promptly.

Contingency fee agreements are not permitted in all types of cases.

Unless a claim is subject to certain provisions of law or court order, contingency fees are not set by law and are negotiable between attorney and client.

Client’s costs and expenses are advanced by Attorney only as allowed by law.

We may revise this Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, Disclaimer and Fees at any time. We suggest you review these policies periodically for changes.

If you do not longer wish us to hold data about you, or wish to change the type of information we send you, please let us know via email at [email protected]

For questions or comments, please contact:

Luis Aguirre Law, [email protected] or

Luis Aguirre Law, 26060 Acero Suite 111 Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Call us: 866.832.9836