(Folsom, California) April 9, 2019
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new page of frequently asked questions on court reporters. The page answers how stenographs work, how many words court reporters can type per minute, how court reporters become certified, and what sets court reporters apart from other recording devices. As a company centered around providing attorneys and paralegals with the litigation support they deserve, the staff at the NNRC know just how important it is for their clients to have a complete understanding of what the litigation services they offer.
“It is crucial that attorneys and their paralegals have complete understanding of how unique litigation services can benefit their case,” Brandon Bell, an expert from O’Fallon, Illinois says. “By having questions lined up and answered, the NNRC helps clients make an educated decision on what exactly they need from a court reporting firm, which is highly beneficial to their case.”
For decades now, the NNRC has been a major component to hundreds of legal cases across the world. The firm was founded on the basis that attorneys and paralegals should be able to find quality court reporters without having to handle trial and error. Members of the NNRC are only accepted after undergoing an extreme vetting process to assure their quality of reporting, timeliness, accuracy, and customer service. If a court reporting firm is a member of the NNRC, clients can be confident their case is in good hands.
Whether in need of a court reporter
for a deposition, a videographer, a realtime reporter, or any other litigation
specialist under the sun, the NNRC has the client covered. They do everything
within their power to make sure clients are satisfied with their service, as
that is the most important aspect of their business: client satisfaction.
For more information about the
NNRC, call (866) 337-6672, email email@example.com,
or visit their office.
NNRC Administrative Office
950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150 Folsom, CA 95630
(Houston, Texas) January 30, 2019
Hanna & Hanna Certified Court Reporters and Video Specialists in Houston, Texas, are pleased to announce their certified legal video specialists. These Houston court reporters are known for their devotion and speed, and their video specialists are just as talented. Their videography professionals are highly skilled and efficient, and provide their clients with the latest equipment in the industry. Attorneys don’t have to worry about whether or not their video service will deliver—every single time, Hanna & Hanna has their video synched with the transcript when they need it.
“These days, videography is getting to be more and more important in the courtroom,” Brandon Bell, a legal expert in Illinois, says. “It can be useful during a trial, but also following the trial when attorneys are trying to gather more information. Incorporating videography into a court reporting firm is a smart business move.”
In Houston, Hanna & Hanna is a household name. For over 25 years, Hanna & Hanna has served the Houston area with the utmost efficacy and accuracy making them widely sought out by attorneys and paralegals all over. They offer their clients a number of court reporting services, as well as a variety of court reporting professionals that can fulfill an individual’s needs. They exceed expectations and rise to challenges. They treat every client not only with respect, but like an individual. No case is too big, or too small.
For more information on Hanna & Hanna, call (713) 840-8484, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.
8582 Katy Freeway, Suite 105, Houston, Texas 77024
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce a new member in their national line up of court reporters: Great Lakes Shorthand Reporters in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The court reporting firm will serve as the Grand Rapids’ area main court reporting resource—a major hub for the legal community in the state of Michigan.
To be accepted as a member of the NNRC, these firms undergo an intense vetting process that assures their quality, as the NNRC does not want to provide their clients with court reporting professionals who cannot deliver quality results. A potential member of the NNRC must have timely reporters whose transcripts are highly accurate and whose work is highly effective. It is this exclusivity that makes being a member of the NNRC such a high honor—the court reporting company is recognized across the world for being a top-tier legal resource.
The NNRC makes finding a legal professional I can trust absolutely painless,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “Before, you have to sift through reviews and websites to find a court reporter that might be good. With the NNRC, you can be confident that no matter who you book, their service will be of the highest quality.”
Scheduling a service has never been easier. You can call, as one traditionally would do, or email, but for those on the go, they can use the NNRC’s mobile-friendly booking engine to schedule a service. Simply fill in information about the case, yourself, and press submit. It’s so easy, it can be done on your phone at the grocery store.
To learn more about the NNRC and their services, call (866) 337-6672, email email@example.com, or visit their website.
(Folsom, California) October 31, 2018
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce the addition of a new set of state pages. The NNRC’s state pages are a comprehensive database of NNRC-accredited firms in each and every state, organized by city or county. Attorneys no longer have to search the website to find a quality court reporting service in their area. To find these court reporting firms, all potential clients have to do is scroll down the home page to the interactive map of the United States, select the state of their choice, and they will immediately be directed to the state page.
Among the most recent states added to the directory include Nebraska court reporters, New Jersey court reporters, and Tennessee court reporters. Attorneys in these states (and more) can now confidently turn to the NNRC and know they are booking a court reporting service that will deliver. No more questioning whether or not the court reporting service will be everything it claims to be. The NNRC members undergo an intense vetting process to assure the quality of court reporting service. Only the firms with a reputation of timeliness, effectiveness, and accuracy are accepted as members.
The NNRC was built on the belief that attorneys and paralegals deserve more than what is frequently offered to them. First and foremost, clients need to feel like their individual needs are truly cared about. If the customer service is impersonal and poor, and drives clients away. The NNRC board members know that. This is why they treat their clients like more than a number– they treat their clients like individuals.
For more information on the NNRC, call (866) 337-6672, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Salt Lake City, Utah) October 10, 2018
Tempest Reporting is pleased to announce their new resources page. The main menu sub-heading will contain information on depositions, frequently asked questions about the court reporting industry, and more. Tempest Reporting designed the section in an effort to allow their clients a better understanding of not only the industry, but the legal industry of Salt Lake City. To access the page, all one has to do is look at the header menu and select “Resources.” It’s fresh, clean, and easy to navigate.
Tempest Reporting has always been dedicated to providing their clients with the most up-to-date legal resources the industry has to offer. In fact, it’s an aspect of business the firm was founded on. In 1988, firm president Ariel Mumma was shocked by how far behind most court reporting firms in Utah were. By not offering their clients the best technology available, these firms fell behind the curve and, as a result, their clients’ work suffered.
The firm was one of the first court reporting firms to accept and deliver transcripts by email. This allowed work to move more easily and seamlessly between client and employee. Tempest was also among the first to offer compressed transcripts, as well as to extend their line of work and provide clients with a videoconferencing option. Nowadays, Tempest has expanded their work to include video depositions, conference rooms, and even an online scheduling option for busy attorneys and paralegals. Each and every one of the firm’s innovations were made to make the lives of their clients easier.
For more information on Tempest Reporting and their services, call (801) 521-2222, email email@example.com, or visit their Salt Lake City Offices.
175 South Main Street #710, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(Folsom, California) July 12, 2018
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.
To contact Gore Brothers Reporting, call (410) 837-3027, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit one of their many locations.
36 South Charles Street, Suite 2002, Baltimore, MD 21201
Hanna & Hanna Certified Court Reporting & Video Specialists are pleased to announce a 24-hour booking service. Previously, a client’s only hope to book a court reporter or other litigation service was to call or fax between the hours of nine and five. Now, a client can email Hanna & Hanna reporting at email@example.com, request whatever service necessary, and promptly receive a return phone call or email.
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