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A friend of mine (honestly) wants to start upa new website but wants to place disclaimers on there to protect himself.
Where can he seek advice on writing disclaimers?
He was pointed towards somebody who wanted £1500 which seems steep.
Any self help sites?
He wants to set up a site which as far as I am aware gives infroamtion and advice on nutrition and I assume wants to be covered against any comeback from people using his site and advice.
I gues she could be selling nutritional products as well.
Any feedabck/help would be appreciated and I could pass it on.
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This one made me laugh ....ha ha ha ha ho!!!
He/she wants to set up a website offering advice and information and possibly take our money for nutritional products but wait a minute, if it all goes wrong we might sue him/her so they put a posting on PC Advisors forum to get wording for a disclaimer to protect themselves. Seems to me it's the poor old consumer that needs protecting. I don't mean to be hard and I am well aware that disclaimers are necessary in todays litigation culture. What I am saying is if you want advice or a product be very careful on the internet and only hand over your money to well known and trusted companies. BE CAREFUL OUT THERE.
Careful laughing or you might have to change your user name
If your friend is serious about protecting themselves /products/website then they should take advice from a lawyer specialising in internet law and this will cost money. If the advice/product is likely to be a good performer then the costs will be recouped and the protection will give them piece of mind. £1500 does seem excessive, like everything else shop around for a more reasonable quote.
Does your friend's professional indemnity cover include free legal advice? Mine does; very useful.
And if he/she does not have PI, I would strongly advise it.
Stick to one username please.
to enable you to put some simple, yet effective disclaimers on this site, but if your friend wants to make absolutely sure I think it might be a good idea to get a lawyer to check the disclaimer text before the site goes live.
Ignore those who thinks it's helpful to say "This one made me laugh ....ha ha ha ha ho!!!" instead of taking you seriously. Disclaimers aren't a product of today's litigation culture, they've been around for hundreds of years, and are a sensible precaution.
harristweed has provided a helpful start, but what I suggest is that your friend concentrates on designing the site first - once that's done, post a link here, and I'll try to provide you with what you need by way of diclaimers.
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