What does a Process Server do?
The duties of Process Server are delivering legal and court documents. A process server hands the documents directly to the defendant or gives them to another individual in the defendant’s residence or place of business.
Why become a Veteran Processs Server?
- Veterans Process LLC advertises to the local legal community
- Veterans Process LLC is a growing network of veterans who offer legal service. We want people to say "Call Veterans Process, they are just about everywhere."
- Opportunities provide for a high income unlimited growth with priority registration for veterans.
- You fought for freedom, now work to serve justice. It's another way to serve your nation.
Is Process Serving Dangerous?
The simple answer is, “Yes, service of process can be a dangerous assignment… but it does not have to be.” In all things common sense must prevail.
- Use common sense
- Talk to the client- has the person being served been violent in the past?
- If you believe the person being served may react violently, contact the police.
- Know your surroundings.
- Keep cell phone handy.
- Be polite and friendly.
- Do not turn your back on the person being served.
Remember, most process servers will never find themselves in a life or death situation but let common sense be your guide and stay safe out there!