Out of curiosity I've been browsing this site and I notice many of the answers end in reminders similar to, if not matching:
I am not an attorney. I am NOT an attorney.
Seems like this might get old, both for readers and answer writers - I'm a programmer, so eliminating the need to repeat the same work (reading or writing such a disclaimer) is sort of my thing. I'd suggest instead of writing this at the end of answers, this community should perhaps popularize a policy page which explains as a general rule here that answers are subject to be incorrect and should not be taken as legal advice.
I would even suggest having the Stack Exchange team notify new Law SE users about this specifically via a special notification of some kind when visiting for the first time(s), considering the sensitive nature of this site's topic.
But ultimately, again, I think users should refrain from repeating this disclaimer over and over, saving time for both readers and themselves.