Website Privacy Policy

Last updated: January 16, 2019

The privacy of our website visitors is very important to us. What follows is a detailed explanation of the collection and usage of data on our website. Our intention is to write this explanation using the minimum necessary technical terms and legal language. Should the reader still have difficulty understanding our practices, they should feel free to contact us for further clarification. This policy was most recently reviewed and is current as of January 2019.

Two forms of data collection occur when users visit our website. We use a very common website analytics product provided by Google called Google Analytics. This product collects information from our visitors’ web browsers such as their browser type, screen size and connection speed. We use this information to enable us to construct our website in such a manner as to provide the optimal performance to our users. Also collected by Google Analytics is information regarding which pages on our website were viewed and in which order. This information allows us to better determine the type and extent of information we should provide.

To collect this information Google Analytics uses cookies. These are small text files placed on the local computer that allows Google Analytics to identify the path a unique browser has taken through our website as well as when a visitor returns to our website.

In addition to web analytics data, our website collects personal information from our visitors in order to help them resolve questions regarding their need for Medicaid planning. This information is submitted by our users voluntarily and is in no way required to make use of our website. Information such as the user’s geographic location, veterans status and financial information are collected to allow Medicaid eligibility experts to assess the potential Medicaid candidate’s likelihood of gaining Medicaid eligibility and to provide a recommendation regarding the most affordable approach to doing so. The individual’s contact information is shared with Medicaid eligibility experts and Medicaid eligibility experts’ contact information is shared with the individual completing the form. Either party is at liberty to contact the other using auto-dial telephone technology, text messages or email should they be interested in providing services or receiving assistance. Neither party is under any obligation as a result of any action which occurs on our website.

Our site is published in the United States. We make every effort to comply with local, regional data protection laws. If you feel our website conflicts with your relevant, local, privacy laws, we request you refrain from using our website. This policy is reviewed and updated periodically.