Privacy Policy

BrainInjuryInstitute.org is dedicated to securing the privacy of the site’s visitors. Other than what a site visitor chooses to provide in an email or legal options form, the site keeps no other information on the site visitor and does not provide that information to any third party unless at the request of the site visitor. BrainInjuryInstitute.org is compliant with all provisions for medical and/or health information privacy in the United States. BrainInjuryInstitute.org does not claim to abide by the standards of any other organization, country or treaty.

All visitors to BrainInjuryInstititue.org can be confident that the site will keep all personal information, including email addresses and contact information, will be kept confidential and secure. BrainInjuryInstitute.org maintains security measures to safeguard its site visitors against any type of theft or exploitation of their personal information. If there is ever a compromise of the security of the system, however, BrainInjuryInstitute.org will take all steps necessary to protect its site visitors’ information.

BrainInjuryInstitute.org does utilize cookies on its site and its visitors are recognized by its server. However, BrainInjuryInstitute.org recognizes only a site visitor's domain name. No other personal information is compiled, not even the visitor’s e-mail address. To better serve our site visitors, the server will also compile information on which pages are accessed by our visitors, including the length of time the visitor remains on a particular page. BrainInjuryInstitute.org can also ascertain if the site visitor arrived at BrainInjuryInstitute.org by using a particular search engine or by way of a banner. In no way will any of the information collected by BrainInjuryInstitute.org ever be given, sold or accessed by a third party, unless you, the visitor, provide express consent to do so.