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Please understand that via this forum you cannot get a 100% "yes" or "no" answer to a question like yours because I haven't seen your website or the documents that are posted on your website. However, I can say that the disclaimer language you have used is very typical of language that disclaims all liabilities and warranties and is something that I would use in many situations like yours (based on what I know of your situation). Thus, without seeing anything else, it appears that the language would be sufficient. However, as noted, there is just no way for me to say that with absolute certainly without seeing your website and the documents available for download.
Would you recommend to go to the original lawyer for further review? He knows all the information. Seems to me that is a good choice, to be sure.
Yes, absolutely. If an attorney assist you with the website and other documents, then that attorney can certainly quickly answer whether or not the disclaimer language is sufficient. It certainly appears to be based on what you've posted but it would be good to have your original attorney "sign off" on use of the language since he is familiar with your whole website and situation.
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