Disclaiming Professional Advice
In addition to the above, there’s a unique type of disclaimer used by sites for attorneys, physicians, accountants, investment advisors, and similar professionals. This disclaimer will make it clear to the visitor that the website content (text, video, audio, etc.) does not constitute professional advice and that the visitor should seek such advice by speaking with a licensed professional in that field.
It’s important to note that the exact language used for this kind of disclaimer will vary both by profession and the state in which the professional’s office is located. In other words, the requirements for a Texas law firm’s website will be different than those for a site owned by a New York City dentist.
Among the topics covered in a site’s disclaimer (whether or not the site is for a licensed professional’s business) are the following…
1. Earnings Disclaimers.
2. Health Disclaimers.
3. Warranty Disclaimers.
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