Please read these terms and conditions carefully. Our clients may be given an opportunity to opt-in to SMS text messages in order to facilitate communication between Taylor King Law and our clients. You may opt-out of these communications at any time, and consent to receive text messages is not required to purchase any goods or services.
Taylor King Law may use an automatic telephone dialing system (“autodialer”) to deliver Taylor King Law text messages to you. Taylor King Law text messages are intended to provide you status updates and case inquiries on your existing Taylor King Law case.
The number of Taylor King Law text messages that you receive will vary.
Message and data rates may apply to each text message sent or received in connection withTaylor King Law text messages, as provided in your mobile telephone service rate plan (please contact your mobile telephone carrier for pricing plans), in addition to any applicable roaming charges. Taylor King Law does not impose a separate fee for sending Taylor King Law text messages.
How to Opt-In
To opt-in to receive text messages from a Taylor King Law text messaging program(s), please let your case manager or intake specialist know that you wish to receive messages.
How to Opt-Out
To STOP receiving text messages, text STOP to 74709. You will then receive confirmation of your opt-out of that text messaging program.
Your Mobile Telephone Number
You represent that you are the account holder for the mobile telephone number(s) that you provide. You are responsible for notifying Taylor King Law immediately if you change your mobile telephone number. You may notify Taylor King Law of a number change by submitting a “contact us” form or sending an email to [email protected] You agree to indemnify Taylor King Law in full for all claims, expenses, and damages related to or caused in whole or in part by your failure to notify Taylor King Law if you change your telephone number, including, but not limited to, all claims, expenses, and damages related to or arising under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Access or Delivery to Mobile Network is Not Guaranteed
Carriers are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages