Law firms know first hand the legal ramifications of a data breach, and so should understand the risks of mishandling documents and improper disposal of confidential information, media, and hard drives. Avoid fines, damage to your reputation, loss of income, and legal consequences that could come with just a single mishandled document.

Extremely Confidential Information

Law firms are especially high-profile targets for data theft. Because legal services require extremely confidential information from their clients in order to do their job effectively, the manner in which law firms process, store, and dispose of sensitive files is imperative. A data breach could not only affect the safety and security of a law firm's clients but could lead to criminal charges, disbarment, and closing the doors of your practice.

An Information Leak Can Quite Literally Affect Your Clients

Law firm clients depend on their lawyer's confidentiality. An information leak can quite literally affect your clients for the rest of their lives. From financial theft to the theft of personal information that can lead to blackmail, threats, and even possibly physical danger to clients, it is absolutely imperative the law firms take every possible precaution to protect client information.

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Invest In Your Clients' Privacy

Routine document destruction is key to maintaining your commitment to your clients and stay legally compliant. Invest in your clients' privacy and your law firm's reputation - call RW Lone Star to make sure your law firm's and clients' confidential information remains protected. With regular shredding, on-demand, or drop-off services, the secure and complete destruction of your law firm's sensitive files, hard drives, or other media devices is guaranteed.

How it works

STEP 1

Get a customized quote for the services you need.

STEP 2

Choose when and where you want your service.

STEP 3

We arrive on the scheduled date, collect your confidential information, and securely destroy it.

STEP 4

All services come with a Certificate of Destruction for your records. All paper documents are securely recycled.