Last updated on April 6, 2023


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Attorney Directory Disclosures/Disclaimers:

The ServeTheInjured Attorney Directory is a paid advertisement, and is not a lawyer referral service, pre-paid legal plan, legal-services organization, or advertising cooperative. It is also not endorsed, approved, or recommended by any state bar association.

The attorneys listed in the Attorney Directory may have paid a fee to be listed, and the list of attorneys that appears on the screen in response to your search does not identify every attorney authorized to practice law in the practice area or ZIP code you select.

ServeTheInjured sells advertising in the Attorney Directory in tiers, and the attorneys pay varying amounts for each tier. The greater the amount paid by an attorney, the more prominent their listing will be in your search results. ServeTheInjured limits the number of attorneys in each tier. The attorneys who pay the highest fees are listed at the top of the screen that displays search results, and five (5) attorneys may purchase a listing in the top tier. The attorneys who pay the second highest fees are listed after the attorneys in the top tier, and ten (10) attorneys may purchase listings in the second tier.

ServeTheInjured does not represent that attorneys listed at the top are superior to the other attorneys. Your selection of an attorney should not be based only on the tier in which they are listed or the prominence of their contact information in your search results. The decision to hire or engage the services of an attorney should be based on an independent investigation of all relevant facts and circumstances.

You are not required to retain an attorney who meets your search criteria, and ServeTheInjured will never refer you to a specific attorney or service. Your selection of an attorney shall be your sole responsibility, and ServeTheInjured shall not have any liability related to your selection. It is entirely your responsibility to make sure that the terms on which you engage an attorney listed in the Attorney Directory are acceptable to you. ServeTheInjured shall not share in any legal fees paid or payable by you to a listed attorney.

ServeTheInjured makes no promise, warranty, or guarantee about the completeness, accuracy, or truthfulness of the attorney information contained in the ServeTheInjured Attorney Directory. The information in the Attorney Directory, including each listed attorney’s contact information and areas of practice, is provided and based on representations by, and is the responsibility of, the attorney. When an attorney applies to be listed in the Attorney Directory, the attorney must represent that they are a member in good standing in the State(s) in which they are admitted. ServeTheInjured does not verify the attorneys’ representations.

ServeTheInjured does not recommend or endorse any listed attorney and/or the services they provide. ServeTheInjured also does not guarantee or make any representations regarding the competence, integrity, honesty, or trustworthiness of, the qualifications of, the quality of advice provided by, or the ability or suitability of any attorney.

The fact that an attorney has indicated in the ServeTheInjured Attorney Directory that they practice law in one or more areas of practice is not intended to imply or constitute a representation that such attorney is more expert or competent than any other attorney in that practice area. In addition, such an indication also does not mean that the attorney is a specialist in such practice area, possesses specialized knowledge in such practice area, or has been certified by any state bar association or any other organization as a specialist or expert in such practice area.

You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold ServeTheInjured and its affiliates, employees, and agents harmless from any claim, suit or demand, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, made by a third party due to or arising out of your use of the ServeTheInjured Sites or any attorney or service provider listed on the ServeTheInjured Sites, your violation of these Terms and Conditions or your violation of any rights of another.

The contents of the ServeTheInjured Sites are protected by copyright and trademark laws, and are the property of ServeTheInjured, its affiliates, or other third parties. You may use the content on the ServeTheInjured Sites for personal, non-commercial use only, and may not copy, modify, reproduce, distribute, display, or otherwise exploit the content of the ServeTheInjured Sites for any other purposes without the prior written consent of ServeTheInjured.

ServeTheInjured reserves the right to modify, alter, or update these Terms and Conditions at any time without prior notice. You agree that each visit you make to the ServeTheInjured Sites shall be subject to the current Terms and Conditions, and your continued use of the ServeTheInjured Sites following any such modification, alteration, or update shall constitute your acceptance of such modification, alteration, or update.

If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held by a court or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void, or unenforceable, such provision shall be limited or eliminated to the minimum extent necessary and replaced with a valid provision that best embodies the intent of these Terms and Conditions, so that these Terms and Conditions shall remain in full force and effect.

The failure of ServeTheInjured to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms and Conditions shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. These Terms and Conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and ServeTheInjured with respect to your use of the ServeTheInjured Sites, and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements between you and ServeTheInjured regarding such subject matter.

The following are state-specific disclosures that apply to the ServeTheInjured Attorney Directory:

Alabama: ServeTheInjured does not claim that the quality of the legal services performed by listed lawyers is better than that of other attorneys.

Alaska: The Alaska Bar Association does not endorse or accredit certifying organizations.

Connecticut: The attorneys listed in the ServeTheInjured Attorney Directory have not been endorsed based on their expertise. The Directory only includes attorneys who have paid a subscription fee.

Delaware: The areas of practice listed in the Directory do not represent official certification as a specialist in those areas.

Florida: Prior to hiring a lawyer, it is important to ask for written information about the attorney’s qualifications and experience. Florida lawyers are required to furnish a factual statement about their background, training, and experience upon request.

Kentucky: Court costs and case expenses are the responsibility of the client.

Illinois: The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law, and certification or awards are not a requirement for practicing law in Illinois.

Iowa: The decision to hire a lawyer should not be based solely on advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise. Memberships, offices in legal fraternities and societies, and professional licenses do not indicate that a lawyer is a specialist or more competent than other attorneys.

Kansas: Attorney listings or information about a specific attorney or law firm on the ServeTheInjured site is a paid attorney advertisement and does not constitute a referral or endorsement by an authorized lawyer-referral service.

Massachusetts: If a Massachusetts lawyer claims to be “certified” in a particular service or field of law, the certifying organization is a private entity, and its standards for certification are not regulated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Mississippi: Attorneys are required to provide free background information upon request, which includes a factual statement about their background, training, and experience. If the lawyer or law firm limits their practice to special types of cases or clients, written information should detail their experience, expertise, and training in those matters.

Missouri: The decision to hire a lawyer should not be based solely on advertisements, and the Missouri Bar or Supreme Court of Missouri does not review or approve certifying organizations or specialist designations.

Nebraska: The listings of lawyers and law firms in the Directory do not represent certification as specialists in the listed areas of practice.

Nevada: Lawyers must provide a factual statement detailing their background, training, and experience upon request. Individuals considering hiring a lawyer should investigate their credentials independently.

New Jersey: Attorney listings are a paid advertisement and do not constitute a referral or endorsement by an approved lawyer-referral service. Certifications by non-approved organizations do not indicate recognition by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or the American Bar Association.

New Mexico: Certification by organizations other than the New Mexico Board of Legal Specialization does not constitute recognition by the board, unless the lawyer is recognized as a specialist in that area of law.

New York: Lawyers must provide clients with a written statement describing the scope of the advertised services at the time of retention.

Oklahoma: This is an advertisement.

Rhode Island: The Rhode Island Supreme Court licenses all lawyers in the general practice of law, and no lawyer is licensed or certified as an expert or specialist in any area of law.

South Dakota: Fixed fees are only available for the specific legal services described.

Tennessee: Unless otherwise indicated, Tennessee attorneys are not certified as specialists by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization in the areas of practice listed in the ServeTheInjured Attorney Directory.

Texas: Unless otherwise indicated, Texas attorneys are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Washington: The Supreme Court of Washington does not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law, and certificates or awards by organizations