If you are wondering how a preferred process server stands out among their peers, the attached video attempts to answer that very question, and the answers might surprise you. The actual service a process server provides would appear fairly simple at the onset, but can also prove to be more than challenging.
With the primary goal of the process server being to serve individuals with court documents, and they can range from request for appearance and notification of lawsuits to even case verdicts, but the goal is always the same, to deliver the legal documents.
In the vast majority of cases, however, the people being served with legal paperwork are less-than-thrilled to be recipients. And that is where the job of process server can become considerably more difficult.
That also means that the best, easiest, and most significant way a process server can stand out is to accomplish the task at hand as often as possible. The truth is, process servers can’t make or don’t have the authority to make people answer the door, and that is also why a preferred process server is one who, more often than not, can get the documents delivered, even if it takes some patience, time, creativity, and effort.