Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

What should a disclaimer include?

A disclaimer should include information about liability issues specific to the content of your website. A disclaimer should warn users of any potential risks of using your site, and state that you are not responsible should those risks occur.

The content in a disclaimer will vary depending on your site’s activities. Common types of disclaimers include:

  • Legal advice disclaimers
  • Medical advice disclaimers
  • Professional blog or services disclaimers
  • Product disclaimers

Related Questions

A website can have multiple disclaimers.

Look at different disclaimer examples to see which disclaimers match your site’s content.

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