Need a PROCESS SERVER, here are some TIPS!


Here are a few things to keep in mind when hiring a process server

Verify the process server’s  license or registration and association membership. Though now all states require process servers to be licensed

Ask the process server if they have an Error and Omissions (E&O) policy or bond

Check the process server’s website for more insight on the company.

Complete an Internet  search for the company’s name and complaints’ This will help you to establish if they have unsatisfied clients and if so what they have done to fix their mistakes.

Ask about there experience, how long they have been in business, whether or not they have a area of expertise and their service history.  Keep in mind that a 100% success rate is not realistic.

Ask for recommendations and testimonials.  These will give you insight on the process server’s customer service style and whether or not they have happy customers.

Consider the fees and ask about additional cost for multiple attempts and mileage.  Remember that you get what you pay for, and standard cost for a non-rush is fairly inexpensive when you consider what is being performed.

Once you’ve hired the process server, make sure you give specific service instructions, including the who, what and where of the serve.  Explain your preferred method of receiving updates, your deadline and and other relevant information.

Its always a good idea to verify the details and get them in writing.  Outline the service fee, additional fee’s number of attempts, court filing, deadline and other information and confirm with email.

Don’t sent the process server the only copy of your documents, as it’s important for you to maintain your own records.

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10 thoughts on "Need a PROCESS SERVER, here are some TIPS!"

Larry Weaver says:

I appreciate the tip to verify the details of process servers tat them in writing. Getting a process server is something that I have been thinking of getting to help me out with a case. Outlining their service fee, court filing, deadline and other information will be how I’ll verify a process service.

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Lucy Gibson says:

You make a great point about checking out a company’s experience and seeing if they do have a 100% success rate in serving the summons. It also makes a lot of sense that you find out all of the fees and possible additional costs for things like multiple attempts and mileage. I would imagine that taking someone to court would have a lot of rules and procedures. Using a company who’s familiar with the laws and getting them the information in a timely manner would be pretty important. I would also think that law-firms would want to use a good process server company so the can focus on their current and upcoming cases.

I didn’t know that process servers can help you solve policy issues. I also like how you said that they should have positive reviews and recommendations from past clients. My father in law is looking into a law process server for help with a court filing; I’ll pass on your tips.

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