(1) it has been made known to the lawyer that the person does not want to receive such solicitations from the lawyer;
(2) the written solicitation involves coercion, duress, fraud, overreaching, harassment, intimidation, or undue influence;
(3) the written solicitation contains a false, fraudulent, misleading, or deceptive statement or claim or makes claims as to the comparative quality of legal services, unless the comparison can be factually substantiated, or asserts opinions about the liability of the defendant or offers assurances of client satisfaction;
(4) the written solicitation concerns an action for personal injury or wrongful death or otherwise relates to an accident or disaster involving the person solicited or a relative of that person if the accident or disaster occurred less than 30 days prior to the solicitation or if the lawyer knows or reasonably should know that the physical, emotional, or mental state of the person solicited makes it unlikely that the person would exercise reasonable judgment in employing a lawyer; or
(5) the written solicitation vilifies, denounces or disparages any other potential party.