When it comes to delivering legal documents regarding a case of importance to you or your business, you cannot leave the delivery to chance. That’s why private process servers have become so popular over the last ten years to provide faster and more reliable service than any sheriff can offer.
As you search for the right process server to handle your case, keep these important qualities in mind. You’ll know a process server is legitimate if he hits the following marks. Continue reading
Until you need a process server, you may not even realize the job exists! Process servers serve many crucial roles, and when it comes to lawsuits, you may find yourself needing their help for any of the following reasons.
Sheriffs in each county often double as process servers to deliver important papers filed in the Court, but this isn’t their main responsibility. As a result, papers served by the Sheriff may be delivered improperly. There are many reasons that it’s better to pay a process server to handle this task with reliability and ease.
What is a Process Server?
A process server is a person who is legally certified to deliver court orders and court documents relating to a defendant’s presence in court. Aside from court-appointed officials like the sheriff, process servers are the only individuals who can serve defendants with the papers necessary to advance a court case or legal situation. Continue reading
The phrase “Don’t shoot the messenger” is never more relevant than in the case of process servers.
Process serving can be a dangerous job. Every day, process servers maintain daily responsibilities that require them to deliver papers informing people of their involvement in unwanted or expensive lawsuits.
Despite not having anything to do with the legal proceedings, process servers are all too often blamed for the defendant’s legal troubles. Some recipients take their anger out on the process servers, making this line of work more dangerous than most.
The PAAPRS Is Designed to Help
The PAAPRS campaign, which stands for “Promoting Assault Awareness and Protective Regulations for Servers,” is an important campaign to recognize because it focuses on raising awareness of the hidden dangers of serving legal documents, including threats and physical violence, and other aggressive reactions. Continue reading
The American court system presides over a wide range of legal issues. The right paperwork can make or break a case, which is why it’s so important to serve court papers properly. Process servers deliver essential legal documents to recipients to help the wheels of the legal system keep turning.
Accurate Serve® Serves All Non-Enforceable Civil Process
Accurate Serve Daytona Beach specializes in serving all non-enforceable civil process, including summonses, complaints, petitions, and motions. Continue reading