Webcam Test Page

Test your webcam before your session with an attorney

Step 1: Allow Got.Law to test your webcam by giving it permission.

Near the top of your browser, right underneath the URL field, your computer should be asking you for permission to use your webcam. Don't worry, an attorney can't see you quite yet! After giving permission, you should be able to see yourself on the screen.

Step 2: Everything looking good?

Let's test your mic next?

Mic Test

Having trouble?

If you can't see yourself on the screen, you may need to switch and/or update your browser. See below.

What browsers support Got.Law's video chat?

Got.Law's video chat solution is currently supported on Macs & PCs with the following browsers:

  • Google Chrome (latest version)
  • Firefox (latest version)
  • Internet Explorer is supported although not recommended because it requires an additional addin.

Also make sure that you shared the correct webcam and microphone when we asked you to share it with our test system.

How secure is Got.Law’s video chat connection?

Got.Law's video chat software uses a technology called WebRTC 2.0. WebRTC 2.0 is a HIPAA compliant technology meaning that it meets the highest standard for security in video chat technology. This is the same level of security that the best hospitals in the world use to protect their client’s information. Yeah, it’s that secure.

If it’s still not working, drop us a line here and we’ll work on fixing it ASAP. But, if your appointment with an attorney is today, remember you can always call him or her at their office number, which is included in each booking confirmation email.