When our clients contact one of the representatives from Grupo MedLegal, through consultation via web page or calling 1800 838 3838, they can feel completely safe and calm because:
✓ Grupo MedLegal has firm confidentiality policies that prevent the disclosure of information provided by clients to a third party, that is, to another person, medium or governmental institution.
✓ All processes in the service provided by Grupo MedLegal have strong protection measures that restrict access to customer information.
✓ There are security locks both at a technological and legal level.
✓ The representatives and employees at Grupo MedLegal sign a confidentiality agreement that prevents them from disclosing customer and company data.
✓ The client’s situation will be evaluated and the case will be taken over by serious, responsible lawyers experienced in the field.
✓ Grupo MedLegal has been helping Hispanics in the United States for more than 35 years.
✓ More than one million solved cases and happy Hispanic families back us up.
If any person, organization, or institution tries to access files with information belonging to Grupo MedLegal, it will immediately be DETECTED and ARRESTED.
One time, an operator acting with premeditation, treachery and advantage, tried to use for its own benefit the database of Grupo MedLegal customers, this situation was immediately detected by the company team and legally persecuted.
To do this, an extensive investigation was opened, collecting as evidence documents, emails, and videos that incriminated the person. This gave rise to a lawsuit against the worker for his bad behavior, lack of honesty and loyalty towards the company.
The protection and safety of our customers is our priority. For this reason, contacting our lawyers and doctors is 100% reliable and guarantees advice from an expert.
At Grupo MedLegal® we care about you!
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