If you are expressing your opinion in any way, whether it is verbally, in printed format, on radio, television, a website or blog, it’s a good idea to use an opinion disclaimer. Even if it is not your purpose to upset a person or business, they can spin your opinion into something that it is not.
The goal of an opinion disclaimer is to protect you or your company from legal action. In addition, ideally, it would help to protect your reputation as well. In its simplest terms, a disclaimer is a statement that indicates you are not responsible for something. The goal of a disclaimer is to transfer the responsibility from you to your visitors and customers. Disclaimers are drafted to help protect you from legal action and liability. They are your first line of defense.
NOTE: Disclaimers are important and can provide some level of protection. However, if you have a website, our terms and conditions contain several important disclaimers to help reduce your legal liability. You can see the details at this link: https://www.disclaimertemplate.com/website-terms-and-conditions-template/
Free Opinion Disclaimer
The views and opinions expressed [Venue where opinions are being expressed] are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of [Name of entity]. Any content provided by our bloggers or authors are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything.