FACT: operating online opens you up to a lot of legal liability. Website disclaimers, however, protect you from that liability.
Disclaimers are used to establish super-clear guidelines for how you expect your customers to consume and use the information your site provides.
Therefore, this can protect you from potential legal claims from visitors who may rely on the information you provide, instead of consulting a professional for individualized guidance.
Think of it like this … let’s say you’re a health coach and you provide information on the best ways to lower your risk for heart disease. This would be something that you’d want to include a disclaimer on because you’re not a doctor and though you’re giving advice, it should not replace someone consulting their doctor for more information.
This template includes eight individual disclaimers: general blog disclaimer, business advice disclaimer, career/parenting/relationship advice disclaimer, coaching disclaimer, e-commerce/product disclaimer, financial advice/earnings disclaimer, health and nutrition advice disclaimer, and a disclaimer for advice from a licensed professional.
Choose which fits your needs best and add it to your website, articles, emails, etcs.