Terms of Service

Last updated on April 6, 2023

Terms of use


Greetings and welcome to ServeTheInjured.

ServeTheInjured, Inc. offers a range of products and services subject to these Terms and Conditions of Use (“Terms”). These Terms govern your use of ServeTheInjured’s websites, mobile applications, products, and services (collectively referred to as the “Services”). Therefore, we urge you to read them carefully.

By accessing this website or utilizing the Services, you agree to comply with the Terms and ServeTheInjured’s Privacy Policy and Community Guidelines. If you have any queries, please feel free to contact us.

1. Using our services

If you are not of legal age in your state of residence, you are not permitted to use our Services, and if you are under the age of 13, you may not use our Services under any circumstances. If you are using our Services on behalf of an organization, you agree to these Terms on behalf of that entity.

By accessing our Services, you do not obtain any ownership of the intellectual property rights associated with the content that you access. Unless you have obtained permission from the owner or are authorized by law, you are not permitted to use content from our Services. These Terms do not grant you the right to use any branding or logos we use in our Services. Legal notices displayed in or along with our Services must be kept from being removed, obscured, or altered.

You must not use our Services on any mobile device in a way that causes distractions that prevent you from complying with traffic or safety laws.

We may release Beta Services that are in the testing phase for a limited period of time. Beta Services may not be ready for commercial use and may contain bugs, errors, defects, and deficiencies. We reserve the right to withdraw Beta Services during testing. We do not guarantee they will be commercially available or contain the same functionality as the version released during the testing phase. ServeTheInjured and its affiliates, suppliers, and distributors provide no warranties, express or implied, regarding Beta Services, to the fullest extent permitted by law.

2. Information on the services

Our Services showcase content that has been created by ServeTheInjured as well as content that has not been created or developed by us (referred to as “Legal Information”). While we may assess third-party content to determine whether it violates our policies or is illegal, we are not obligated to screen any third-party content published on our Services routinely. This includes the Legal Information that lawyers post on ServeTheInjured. As such, we cannot guarantee the accuracy, quality,, or adequacy of any Legal Information posted on our Services, nor can we verify the qualifications of the individuals who have posted it. We reserve the right to remove or refuse to display any content that we reasonably believe violates our policies or the law.

3. No attorney-client relationship

The Legal Information provided on ServeTheInjured is intended for general informational purposes only and should be viewed as a starting point for addressing your legal concerns. Accessing Legal Information, corresponding with a lawyer via the Services, or utilizing the Services in any way, is not the provision of legal services and does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and ServeTheInjured, or you and any lawyer. This information should not be considered a substitute for consulting with a licensed lawyer in your jurisdiction, either in-person or over the phone, regarding your specific legal issue. You should not rely solely on the Legal Information provided on our Services. Please note that questions and answers, as well as other postings to the Services, are not confidential and are not covered by the attorney-client privilege.

4. Interactions between lawyers and consumers

ServeTheInjured is a platform that enables lawyers not affiliated with us to offer information and communicate with consumers. Any attorney-client relationship formed as a result of interactions between a lawyer and consumer on ServeTheInjured is solely between the consumer and the lawyer, not between the consumer and ServeTheInjured. ServeTheInjured cannot be held responsible for the quality or accuracy of any information or legal services provided by lawyers that consumers found via ServeTheInjured. It’s worth noting that ServeTheInjured is not a lawyer referral service.

5. Premium services for lawyers

ServeTheInjured provides optional subscription services for lawyers, including but not limited to, ServeTheInjured Premium Listing, personal injury law SEO, content, link building, on-page search engine optimization, injury law SEO courses, and consulting.

By selecting a Premium Service, you agree to pay ServeTheInjured the Subscription Fees as indicated for that service. You also agree to provide ServeTheInjured with a valid payment method that will be stored and charged automatically as the Subscription Fees become due. The Subscription Fees will cover the use of the service for the period indicated, and payment will be charged on the day the Premium Service goes into effect. You authorize ServeTheInjured to charge your payment method regularly until you cancel the Premium Service. The recurring charge amount will be the current Subscription Fee for the selected Premium Service, which may increase if the applicable Subscription Fee increases. ServeTheInjured will collect and remit sales tax where state laws require, based on the Premium Services and your primary office location.

Premium Services must be canceled before the renewal date to avoid billing the next month’s subscription fee. Written notice of cancellation or reduction in service must be received by ServeTheInjured at least thirty (30) days before the applicable renewal date. Subscription Fees for Premium Services are not prorated or refundable, and canceling or reducing services will not relieve you of your obligation to pay the Subscription Fees due for the period before the effective date of cancellation or reduction in service.

ServeTheInjured reserves the right to suspend or terminate your Premium Services if your payment method fails or your account is past due. Such suspension or termination will cancel any promotional programs applicable to your Premium Services. You must submit any disputes regarding charges to your account in writing to ServeTheInjured within sixty (60) days of such charge. Otherwise, such a dispute will be waived, and the charge will be final and not subject to challenge.

Premium Services may include the publication of advertising or website content you provide to us (the “Premium Services Content”). You retain all rights in, and are solely responsible for, the Premium Services Content posted on ServeTheInjured or websites supported by ServeTheInjured. By agreeing to the Terms, you give ServeTheInjured, our affiliates, providers of third-party services, and subcontractors a non-exclusive, fully-paid, perpetual, royalty-free, transferable, revocable, worldwide license to use, modify, publicly perform, publicly display, reproduce, and distribute the Premium Services Content (in whole or in part) in providing the Services.

6. Legal advertising and communications

It is the sole responsibility of lawyers and law firms to guarantee that any information or advertisements they post or place on the ServeTheInjured website, including but not limited to Legal Information and any communications they may have with prospective clients through the Services, comply fully with all applicable laws and rules of professional conduct. This includes regulations concerning the unauthorized practice of law and those governing the form, manner, or content of communications with clients, advertising, or other legal matters.

7. Copyright

We comply with the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act and respond to notices of alleged copyright infringement by terminating accounts of repeat infringers according to the prescribed process.

p>If you are te owner or controller of a copyright and believe that any material on our Site infringes upon your rights, you may file a DMCA Notice of Alleged Infringement with ServeTheInjured’s Designated Copyright Agent.

8. Disclaimers and acknowledgments regarding the use of legal information

ServeTheInjured endeavors to provide, as well as to enable lawyers to provide, useful information about lawyers and legal services. However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of such information. The legal and other information available through the Services may be based on opinion, incomplete, or contain inaccuracies, as it consists of third-party data and contributions. ServeTheInjured does not screen such information for accuracy or reliability. To the fullest extent permitted by law, ServeTheInjured, its affiliates, suppliers, and distributors make no warranties, express or implied, regarding the Services or software. The Services and software are provided “as is,” and ServeTheInjured disclaims any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, and non-infringement.

9. Limitation of liability

To the fullest extent permitted by law, ServeTheInjured, its affiliates, suppliers, and distributors, as well as their respective directors, employees, and agents, shall not be held liable for any special, indirect, or consequential damages or any loss of profits or revenues, whether incurred directly or indirectly, or any loss of data, use, goodwill, or other intangible losses, resulting from (a) the outcome of any legal matter; (b) your inability to access or use the Services or software; (c) any conduct or content of any third party relating to the Services or software; or (d) unauthorized access, use, or alteration of Legal Information.

To the extent allowed by law, ServeTheInjured’s total liability, as well as that of its affiliates, suppliers, and distributors, for any claim arising out of or related to the use of the Services or software, is limited to the amount paid by you to us for using the Services to which the claim relates in the twelve (12) month period preceding the filing of the claim. It’s worth noting that this limitation also applies to Premium Services.

10. User-posted content

ServeTheInjured provides interactive areas where you can post content and information, such as user reviews, peer endorsements, comments, photos, questions and answers, and other materials, collectively known as User Content. You retain all rights in the User Content that you post on ServeTheInjured and are solely responsible for it. By using any interactive feature, you agree to follow the ServeTheInjured Community Guidelines and use them at your own risk. We reserve the right to remove or modify User Content for any reason, including if we believe it violates these Terms or our policies.

When you post User Content to ServeTheInjured, you grant ServeTheInjured and its affiliates a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, and fully sublicensable right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, perform, and display such User Content throughout the world in any media. If your content is attached to a profile on the ServeTheInjured platform, this license includes the right to reproduce your profile, name, likeness, or photograph contained in such profile. If you provide feedback or suggestions about our Services, we may use it without any obligation to you.

11. Indemnification

You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold ServeTheInjured, its corporate affiliates, independent contractors, service providers, and consultants, as well as each of their respective directors, employees, and agents, harmless from any claims, damages, costs, liabilities, and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, arising out of or related to any User Content you post, store, or transmit through the Services, or your use of, or inability to use, the Services. This includes any actual or threatened suit, demand, or claim arising from or related to your conduct, your violation of these Terms, or your violation of the rights of any third party.

12. Modifications

ServeTheInjured may update or modify these Terms on a prospective basis from time to time, and the most up-to-date version will always be posted on our website. If we determine, at our sole discretion, that a modification to these Terms materially affects your rights, we will notify you, for example, by sending a message to your account email. By using or continuing to use or access the Services after any revisions have come into effect, you agree to be bound by the revised Terms.

13. Mandatory Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

If you have a dispute with ServeTheInjured, you and ServeTheInjured agree to try to resolve it informally for 60 days. If you can’t resolve the dispute informally, then the dispute will be resolved through individual binding arbitration under JAMS and the FAA rather than through a court trial. There are some exceptions to the arbitration requirement, such as claims in small claims court or claims for injunctive relief. You also can opt out of arbitration within 30 days of the date you first become subject to the arbitration provision in these Terms. Finally, you may only bring individual claims and not a claim as a plaintiff or class member in a class action lawsuit.

Before moving a dispute into arbitration, a Notice of Dispute must be sent describing the nature and basis of the claim or dispute and the specific relief sought. Any arbitration must be commenced by filing a demand for arbitration with JAMS within one year from when it first could be filed. The arbitration may be held telephonically whenever feasible, and the location of any in-person hearing can be chosen by the party requesting it. Small claims court actions may be filed in Austin, TX, and must be filed within one year from when they first could be filed.

14. Termination

ServeTheInjured has the right to terminate your license to use the Services and block your access to the Services at any time and without notice in its sole discretion. Additionally, if your access to the Services is terminated for any reason, you have no right to access or obtain any data or communications that you stored or made using the Services.

15. Entire agreement

These Terms create no third-party beneficiary rights.

16. Waiver, severability, and assignment

If ServeTheInjured chooses not to enforce any provision of these Terms, it does not waive its right to enforce that provision in the future. If a provision of these Terms is found to be unenforceable, the remaining provisions will continue to be in effect, and a new enforceable provision that reflects our intent as closely as possible will be substituted. You may not assign your rights under these Terms, and any attempt to do so will be invalid. ServeTheInjured has the right to assign its rights to its affiliates, subsidiaries, or any successor in the interest of any business related to the Services.