Tag: court reporters

Recent Posts
Law

How Attorneys Team Up with Court Reporters

Credit: Aging in Place

We all know that court reporters help make an attorney’s legal team shine, but what exactly does that mean?

Court reporters help attorneys run their cases as smoothly as possible. By recording the legal proceedings of a deposition or trial as they occur in an easy to read format, attorneys can then use that transcript to shape the following steps of their case. Deposition transcripts allow attorneys to form a solid testimony for their witnesses, but they also allow attorneys to find holes in the opposing counsel’s case. As a result, attorneys can come to trial with an impenetrable defense.

Credit: California Deposition Reporters

This is especially crucial in areas of law where one’s livelihood is at stake. Take elder law, for example. Elder law can encompass anything from estate planning, to veteran’s benefits, to special needs care. When a parent, spouse, or a loved one needs specialized care or a place to stay, it can be nearly impossible for family to scratch up the funds they need to provide this loved one with proper care. When this happens, families need to turn to elder law attorneys.

“Elder law attorneys give their clients a peace of mind that was likely never thought achievable,” Gagandeep Baidwan, an expert from Wichita Falls, Texas says. “When finances, assets, and quality of life are all in the balance, a good elder law attorney can make a world of difference for not only one’s life, but their peace of mind.”

Credit: Robinson & Henry

In Palm Beach County, Florida, where nearly 30 percent of the population are seniors, it is essential there be an elder law attorney who is dedicated to their work. Mark Shalloway is that attorney.  For 30 years, Mark Shalloway and his team of devoted attorneys at Shalloway & Shalloway have served the needs of seniors and their families in the Palm Beach area. Whether one requires assistance with living trusts, obtaining Medicaid, medical malpractice, or any other area of practice encompassing elder law, Shalloway and his people will do everything in their power to make sure the client is satisfied. The firm discusses the family’s needs and helps guide them to a plan that works.

But even for experienced attorneys such as Mark Shalloway, it is nearly impossible to remember each and every detail of a client’s case. This is where a court reporter would come in. By sitting in on a meeting, deposition, or trial, court reporters can quickly, accurately, and efficiently recount everything that was said. Court reporters then format the transcript to an easy-to-read document. With this tool, attorneys are able to find exactly what they need. Details won’t be forgotten or left out of the case work. An attorney can use the transcript to form as tight a case as possible.

Credit: Science

In the world of elder law—and really, in any area of practice—, having every single necessary detail available is pivotal to not only the success of a case, but to the livelihood of the attorney’s client. Court reporters allow attorneys to act diligently and effectively, both of which propel their work forward. With the help of court reporters, attorneys can get attorneys the resources they so desperately need to live life fully.

What Makes a Court Reporting Star

Credit: Phoenix New Times

Court reporting is an essential aspect of any attorney’s case. Memory is an unreliable thing to base a case around—especially when a case extends over the course of several months. This is where court reporters come in to play. These litigation professionals eliminate the guesswork by recording highly accurate transcripts exactly as they are said while they are being said in a deposition or trial.

In Phoenix, Arizona, there are few court reporting firms who have withstood the test of time. The legal field is crucial, certainly, but too many firms don’t stay up to date with the latest in technology and services, so they slip between the cracks. Coash & Coash is not one of these firms.

Credit: Watauga Online

For nearly 40 years, Coash & Coash has been a staple in the Phoenix legal world. Whether their clients need top-of-the-line court reporters or the most current legal videography services, these Phoenix court reporters have their back. The standard of reporting is high. The firm was founded by Gerard T. Coash (a certified LiveNote Reporter and Merit Reporter) and Meri Coash (a certified Realtime and Registered Merit Reporter).

The firm has continued to push forward excellence as the years have gone on. To this day, Jerry Coash works to hone and perfect his skills. Recently, the court reporting titan has ensured his skills were as tightly-knit as possible by making sure he practiced his skills for at least 30 minutes for 1,000 consecutive days. That, alone, proves the level of dedication past and present clients have come to expect from the staff at Coash & Coash.

“Mr. Coash’s dedication to his craft sets a tone for the level of passion the rest of his staff members put forward,” Brandon Bell, an expert from Oak Park, Illinois, says. “When a guy is so dedicated to his work, it makes a huge impact on the entire business.”

For more information on Coash & Coash and their stellar staff, (602) 258-1440, email staff@coashandcoash.com, or visit their offices.

1802 North 7th Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85006

Ryan Reporting: Premier Court Reporting Service in Orlando

Orlando is a bustling and ever expanding town. Businesses come and go at the drop of a dime, it seems, but a few have managed to hold their ground despite the tumultuous waters. Ryan Reporting is one of those few businesses. Established all the way back in 1970, Ryan Reporting has made a name for itself as one of the most respected court reporting firms in all of Central Florida.

Ryan Reporting Logo

Taking the weight off clients’ shoulders

The firm’s longevity can be attributed to a number of factors. Ryan Reporting prides itself in offering top-notch customer service as well as fast and accurate court reporting. A number of litigation services are available—videoconferencing, mediation services, case research, notary services and others. In this vein, Ryan Reporting acts as a “One Stop Shop” for attorneys and paralegals. They also cover a number of areas of practice to fit the needs of any many clients as possible— such as Education Law, Probate Law, Corporate and Securities Law, Immigration Law. Anyone turn to Ryan Reporting in order to fulfill their many legal needs.

Their widespread reach keeps the firm’s name pumping through the beating heart of the Orlando area. A number of communities are happily served by Ryan Reporting— Melbourne, Cocoa Beach, Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, Brevard County, and Osceola County. It’s no wonder they are one of Central Florida’s most well-known court reporting firms.

Ryan Reporting offers the best court reporting services in Central Florida

Resources for a client’s best case, every time

Ryan Reporting makes it easy to book any litigation service a client may need. A client can call or email if they desire, but in the digital age, people so often need to do things on the go. This is why Ryan Reporting offers a mobile-friendly booking engine on their website. All a potential client has to do is click on “Request a Service” at the top of the home page, fill in their information and details about the case, and press submit!

A variety of resources are offered to help make the client’s job a little easier. The “FAQ” section answers the many questions a client may have about Ryan Reporting, and court reporting in general. The “Litigation Tips” section hosts a number of pieces on how Ryan Reporting will make a case easier, and “Orlando Legal News” is home to the happenings in the Orlando legal world. The “Court Reporting Section” is full of tips for clients and court reporters on the business, and the “Deposition Checklist” is a downloadable PDF to help clients save time and be efficient when planning their next deposition.

Ryan Reporting is all about making their clients’ lives easier. That is why they offer a number of services, resources, and tips to take some of the stress off a law professional’s shoulders. To contact Ryan Reporting and book a service, call (321) 636-4450, email info@ryanreporting.com, or visit their offices.

1670 South Fiske Blvd, Rockledge, Florida 32955, USA

Anderson Reporting, Ohio’s Top Court Reporting Service

As one of the oldest court reporting firm in Cleveland and the United States, Anderson Reporting knows what it takes to make a timely and efficient court reporter. Anderson Reporting’s President, Gayle Anderson, built herself a well-respected career over 30 years of practice, and applies her knowledge of the industry to her business and her potential clients. Dedicated to providing a specialized and personal service, Anderson Reporting stands out among the gray as a firm that truly cares about its patrons.

Booking Made Easy

Their online booking service makes it easy for a client to book a court reporter any time of day. It’s easy to use and easy to navigate—all the client has to do is choose the service they need, fill in the necessary information about the event, and submit a request. In order to help the client know their proposal was received, a confirmation email is sent within 15 minutes of scheduling the service. Many other reporting firms don’t see little details like this as important, but this is the sort of thing clients need to feel individualized and taken care of, which is exactly what Anderson Reporting does.

 

But court reporting isn’t the only service Anderson Reporting offers. At this point in the game, the firm realizes a one-stop shop is what many busy law professionals need. No one wants to surf dozens of websites to fill each of their requests, so Anderson Reporting offers it all: deposition, hearing, meeting, realtime, videographer, process services, interpreter, video conference, internet stream, and more.

Highly Reputable Affiliations

If longevity doesn’t sell the firm as a competent service, their affiliation with the NNRC guarantees they are the best of the best. The NNRC is a renowned international database for court-reporting services, and only allows firms to become members after an arduous, daunting vetting process. A firm must be timely, professional, and known for quality customer service.

On top of its affiliations with the NNRC, Anderson Reporting has made it pertinent to that it be synonymous with a number of important legal associations in Ohio. Anderson Reporting is the only preferred court reporting company by the Columbus Bar Association. Anderson Reporting also has relations with the Paralegal Association of Central Ohio, the Ohio Court Reporters Association, the Ohio State Bar Association, and even two national associations—the National Court Reporters and the American Bar Association. Each of these organizations are committed to promoting ethical, equal relationships not only with their clients, but their employees.

The Best Customer Service for the Best Clients

Anderson Reporting opens its doors to all types of officials in any area of the law—from civil rights to real estate law. With the knowledge that emergencies happen, Anderson Reporting even allows clients to call the office directly if a court reporter or other service is needed within 24 hours or less. This is something President Anderson says she is proud to offer. It shows that the clients are more than just numbers to make ends meet—they are individuals that Anderson Reporting actually cares about, and wants to help win their case.

For more information, visit their website, call them at (614) 326-0177, or visit their offices!

3242 West Henderson Rd. Suite A Columbus, OH 43220