Coash and Coash is pleased to announce their new “Areas of Practice” section on their website. This subheading allows attorneys to easily access information on which areas of practice Coash’s court reporters service. From real estate law to civil rights, Coash and Coash provide their clients with professionals that truly understand the field, making them a valuable addition to any legal team.
Once clients have found the Areas of Practice landing page, they will be met with a list of covered fields. Each bullet point directs clients to a separate page on that area of practice. The page provides brief information on the field, and from there, clients can confidently book with Coash and Coash.
These Phoenix court reporters have made a name for themselves as one of the most respected court reporting firms in Arizona. For over 30 years, Coash and Coash has proudly offered timely, accurate, and efficient court reporters, as well as the latest court reporting technology available.
Their partnership with the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) verifies the quality of skill and service put forth by the talented staff at this firm. The NNRC only allows top court reporting firms into their rankings. With Coash’s sterling reputation to back them up, it is no wonder they were easily added to the NNRC’s lineup of quality firms not only across the nation, but the entire world.
Given Ryan Reporting’s expert court reporting professionals and wide breadth of litigation services from word indexing to videography, it’s no surprise that the firm was accepted as a member of the NNRC. For over 40 years, Ryan Reporting has not only served the Orlando area, but Mebourne, Rockledge and more, with the utmost dedication and passion for their work. To become a member of the NNRC, the nominated firms must be timely, accurate, efficient, and host a reputation for quality customer service. As a firm with such longevity, it’s likely the acceptance process was a breeze.
Through the NNRC, attorneys and paralegals in Central Florida can book a service with the firm they know they can trust at any time of day. The mobile-friendly booking engine makes the scheduling process easier than ever. Whether in line at the grocery store or in between hearings, all attorneys have to do is fill out their contact information, the information on their case, and press submit. With the NNRC’s technology, any client can have Ryan Reporting at their fingertips.
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce the latest addition to their directory of court reporters. With the publication of a database on Missouri court reporters, attorneys and paralegals from St. Louis to Columbia can seamlessly find a court reporting service they know they can trust. By selecting Missouri from the interactive map and picking the area nearest them, attorneys will be directed to a page on a competent firm. It has never been easier to book St. Louis court reporters.
The mobile-friendly booking engine allows attorneys the ease of booking on-the-go. Whether leaving a deposition or in line for coffee, if a future client has two minutes, they can fill in their contact information, information on the case, and have scheduled a service near them that is guaranteed to be reliable, accurate, and efficient.
With the NNRC, clients can book any number of litigation services. Be it through the NNRC’s site or one of their members’, services ranging from videography to trial presentation can be booked with just a few clicks of a button. Varying areas of practice are of no consequence to many NNRC firms. A vast majority of members are home to court reporters that specialize in a number of areas of practice. The specializations in these detailed fields gives them impressive knowledge of the case, making them an excellent addition to any litigation team.
For more information on the National Network Reporting Company and their dozens of certified firms across the world, call their 24-hour line (866) 337-6672, or fill out their contact form.
Mark Shalloway, renowned elder law attorney in West Palm Beach, announces the publication of his piece on the expansion of a bill for caregivers of disabled veterans. Mr. Shalloway is known for doing what he can to help his population of clients. Among offering them diligent service and even free seminars on estate planning, Mark Shalloway regularly publishes updates in the field of elder care on his blog, so that his clients are aware of what is happening in their world.
In his most recent post, Mark Shalloway updates his clients on a bill that was approved earlier this year. The VA Mission Act allows a wider range of benefits available for caregivers of disabled veterans. Initially, the bill was created to provide benefits to veterans following 9/11, and a monthly stipend, training, and health insurance to their caregivers.
It was realized in recent years that this bill should be more inclusive, as there are a number of veterans and caregivers who need help and were not receiving it, under this bill. Beginning in early 2019, the bill will expand to provide coverage to those who were severely injured in the line of duty before May of 1975—or during the years of the Vietnam War.
While elder law is Mr. Shalloway’s focus, his umbrella also covers veterans. There are problems with the bill and the disbursement of funds, and to claim these benefits that are being withheld, many need a good lawyer. That is why Mr. Shalloway and his firm felt obligated to bring light to this updated bill—to finally allow clients the help they need.
To learn more about the mission act, or the other legal fields covered by Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their website.
1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #700, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is thrilled to announce the latest addition to their directories of state court reporters. Recently, the NNRC has been creating separate state pages in order to provide a more comprehensive list as to where their services reach within each state. One of the newest additions is Pennsylvania.
Now, attorneys and paralegals in the Pennsylvania area can turn to this database to not only find the appropriate service that fits their needs and their legal branch, but one that is close by. If an attorney in Philadelphia needed a court reporting firm to fulfill any of their litigation needs, all they would have to do is select the Pennsylvania state directory, select court reporters in Philadelphia, and just like that, they have found the best court reporting firms in their area. The directory encompasses large cities like Pittsburgh, as well as smaller areas such as Scranton.
The National Network Reporting Company is the leading court reporting resource for the United States. Members of the NNRC must go through an in depth vetting process that assures their quality of customer service, their efficiency, speed, and accuracy. The NNRC understands that court reporters help win cases, which is why they have compiled a number of databases of top-tier firms.
In these days, law professionals are always on the move. The NNRC knows that attorneys can’t always stop, research, and book a court reporting service. That is why the NNRC provides an online booking engine, so professionals on the go can schedule a service they can count on without missing a beat.
For more information on the NNRC and their many certified firms across the world, call their 24-hour line (866) 337-6672, or fill out their contact form.
Gore Brothers Reporting and Videoconferencing is pleased to announce areas of practice specializations. Gore Brothers offers over a dozen areas of practice—from civil rights, to immigration law, to real estate law. Any lawyer with can come to Gore Brothers Reporting, request a court reporter, and know that they are receiving help that is not only the best in the Washington D.C. area, but someone who understands the field and their needs.
Gore Brothers Reporting has been one of the premiere firms for Washington D.C. court reporters for over half a century. Gore Brothers Reporting is honored to not only serve the Washington D.C. area, but Baltimore and Northern Virginia as well. The firm strives to provide its clients services that will make the job less stressful, and the case more successful, by offering the latest technologies and timely, accurate professionals.
Scheduling a court reporter or any other litigation service for one of an attorney’s areas of practice is easy. Any service can be booked by phone or email, but for the ease of their customers, Gore Brothers offers a mobile booking engine. All a law professional has to do is fill out their contact information, give a few details about the case, and submit a request.
When an opposing counsel fails to hire a court reporter, Gore Brothers will be there before a client knows it. If a transcript is needed on short notice, Gore Brothers can do that. The most important part of running a business is having professionals who care about their clients, and that is the kind of firm Gore Brothers Reporting is.
Hanna & Hanna Reporting understands accidents happen. Sometimes, a client’s pre-scheduled court reporter or videographer flakes. Sometimes, a case pops up and one of these services are needed as soon as possible. Whatever the reason, Hanna & Hanna Reporting’s service now allows law professionals to book a litigation service in no time, anywhere in the world.
25 years of experience have prompted Hanna & Hanna to expand their services in such a fashion. They know what it takes to be one of the best, and longest lasting, court reporting firms in the Houston area. The firm vows to be prepared at all times in order to help clients with any and all of their litigation needs.
Hanna & Hanna offer their clients realtime reporting, realtime internet streaming, legal video specialists, and worldwide coverage, because they know how important it is to law professionals to have all their needs met.
To contact Hanna & Hanna Reporting, call (713) 840-8484, fax (713) 583-2442, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.
8582 Katy Freeway, Suite 105, Houston, Texas 77024
Shalloway & Shalloway are pleased to announce the presentation of speech by Mark Shalloway at a recent seminar hosted by the National Business Institute. The speech focused on special needs trusts and the financial implications for families. Mr. Shalloway, the President of Shalloway & Shalloway, spoke about the relationship between allowable expenses and tax consequences for beneficiaries. His talk included insight into benefits preservations and Able Act accounts.
Shalloway & Shalloway is a West Palm Beach, Florida law firm offering counsel on areas of practice ranging from special needs and elder care to wills and trusts. The firm counts many notable individuals across South Florida as clients and offers a variety of pro bono educational seminars open to the public without costs. Mr. Shalloway is a prominent member of the legal community in the area and is a popular speaker at seminars across the nation.
The issue of special needs and elder care is one that encompasses everything from financial and tax concerns to the emotional and practical aspects of caring for loved ones who can no longer care for themselves. The costs of care for those with special needs or the elderly continue to skyrocket across the nation. For many families, it is imperative to plan ahead with financial foresight and tax considerations. Mr. Shalloway and his team of attorneys are experts in these issues as they concern all aspects of care, including a knowledge of state and federal tax regulations.
Coash and Coash, Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of their legal resources blog. The blog can be found on their homepage, and is home to a number of resources for the fast-paced industry of court reporting.
By clicking on the “Resources” menu at the top of the page, a number of subheadings will appear with a variety of Arizona legal resources. The FAQ section hosts a number of questions and answers clients may have on court reporters. There is a “Filing Deadline Calculator,” to help clients estimate deadlines. They also offer a Guide to Phoenix, Phoenix Legal Resources, Phoenix Legal News, Tips for a Successful Deposition, and a Deposition FAQ. Each of these categories are designed to provide clients with a one-stop-shop to all things in the legal world of Phoenix.
Coash and Coash has been one of the top Phoenix court reporter services since 1981. Founded by Gerard, a certified LiveNote reporter and Registered Merit Reporter, and Meri Coash, a certified Realtime and Registered Merit Reporter, their mixed backgrounds in court reporting provide their business with substantial insight into what it takes to be a proficient court reporting firm and a leading Arizona legal resource.
They offer a variety of litigation services—court reporting, videography, mobile videoconferencing, online repository, interactive realtime and streaming, and electronic transcripts. Booking is easy with their online scheduling option.
Their affiliation with the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC), a prestigious directory of the best court reporting firms in the country, proves that they not only have the best services available, but the best customer service. Clients leave Coash and Coash happy with their results every time.
For more information on their services, visit their website or call (602) 258-1440.
Salt Lake City court reporters Tempest Reporting is pleased to announce the publication of a new legal resources blog that combines legal news and court reporting trends. The publication, on the company’s website, offers attorneys, paralegals, expert witnesses and court reporters information on local and state events. It includes posts designed to help court reporting and litigation support professionals decipher new trends and improve their craft.
“We started this blog to help court reporters across our legal community and across the nation,” states Tempest President Ariel Mumma. She continues: “Tempest Reporting is committed to offering the best services and technologies to our clients. As part of this commitment we want to share our knowledge with other reporting professionals and attorneys.”
Founded in 1988, Tempest Reporting offers state-of-the-art real time reporting, legal videography and trial support across the Salt Lake City legal community.
Tempest Reporting in Salt Lake City
Tempest Reporting Offices are located at 175 Main Street, Suite 710 in Salt Lake City, Utah, 8411. Services can be scheduled online and by calling (801) 521-2222.