(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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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 email@example.com
(Houston, Texas) October 17, 2018
Hanna & Hanna Reporting is pleased to announce their inclusion in the Texas state directory for the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC). The NNRC is an international court reporting company that assures the timeliness, effectiveness, accuracy, and quality of customer service for court reporting firms across the world. This diligence allows attorneys and paralegals to turn to the NNRC website and find a court reporting service they can count on.
Their individual state pages for each and every state across the U.S. provide clients with an even more comprehensive list of court reporting firms. These firms are organized by cities and counties that are covered by NNRC firms. Hanna & Hanna has been lucky enough to be named the face of Houston court reporters.
To past and present clients of Hanna & Hanna, this comes as no surprise. For over 25 years, Hanna & Hanna has been a leader in the court reporting and videography business. The firm bends and molds their work to more properly accommodate the needs of their clients, because they understand just how important being treated like an individual is.
The firm gladly offers same-day rough drafts and daily copies, as timing is of the essence in many cases. In the case of emergencies, Hanna & Hanna also offers after-hours availability. By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, clients will promptly receive a return phone call or email, no matter the time of night or day.
The staff is comprised of Certified Realtime Reporters, Certified Livenote Reporters, Certified Live Deposition Reporters, and Certified Legal Video Specialists, so that no matter a client’s court reporting needs, Hanna Reporting has their back.
To learn more about the firm, call (877) 840-3376 or visit hannareporting.com.
8582 Katy Freeway, Suite 105, Houston, Texas 77024
(Folsom, California) October 4, 2018
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce the addition of new firms to their prestigious directory of court reporters. The NNRC is dedicated to providing busy attorneys and paralegals a database of top-tier court reporting firms that can always be counted on. To be added to the NNRC’s list of members is an honor for court reporting firms across the world. The intense vetting process assures the firms’ quality of service, their timeliness, effectiveness, and accuracy in court reporting.
The additions of these firms came with the new state directory the NNRC now offers. Clients from across the United States can select their state, then the city or county nearest them, and find a court reporting service that will fulfill all their needs. Iowa court reporters and Nebraska court reporters are just two of the 50 states accounted for by the NNRC. Law firms in these areas no longer need to worry about finding a court reporting service that is right for them.
Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters and Certified Legal Video is one of the recent additions. These Omaha court reporters have been serving the state of Nebraska for over 40 years. Where many firms lack in keeping up to speed with technological advancements, Thomas & Thomas has prided itself in offering the latest in legal technology since their opening. They even stream realtime to iPads. The staff’s dedication and professionalism makes them a perfect candidate for NNRC membership.
An Iowa-based court reporting firm is another to be recently added to the NNRC’s lineup. Susan Frye Court Reporters tops the other Des Moines court reporting services. Susan Frye Court Reporters’ quality service is next to none. They are dedicated to providing prompt, personal service that emphasizes the individual, not how much money they may or may not make. With Susan Frye Court Reporters, clients can be confident that there are truly cared about.
For more information on the National Network Reporting Company and their members, call their 24-hour line (866) 337-6672, or fill out their contact form.
(Phoenix, Arizona) September 26, 2018
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.
For more information on Coash and Coash, call (602) 25801440, email email@example.com, or visit their offices.
1802 North 7th Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85006
(Orlando, Florida) September 12, 2018
Ryan Reporting is pleased to announce their recent addition to the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) database of court reporters. This recent recognition asserts the firm’s status as the premiere court reporting service for attorneys and paralegals to turn to when in search of Orlando court reporters.
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.
For more information, call Ryan Reporting at (321) 636-4450, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, go to their website, or visit their offices.
1670 South Fiske Blvd, Rockledge, Florida 32955, USA
(Folsom, California) August 30, 2018
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.
(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.
(Throughout, FL) March 15, 2018
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce a new court reporters directory for the state of Florida. NNRC offers the latest in deposition technology services and the most experienced court reporting professionals in the United States and in many other locations around the world.
The organization consists of independently-owned court reporting companies, offering a wide array of support for diverse legal work through a 24-hour booking office and online scheduling system.
The national directory of court reporters covers all markets throughout Florida including Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and other markets in the sunshine state. On the directory page clients can schedule services 24 hours a day.
Services offered through the NNRC include legal video, real time court reporting, trial presentation, video conferencing, and other court reporting resources.
NNRC provides all of the services that lawyers expect, while creating the optimal customer service-driven team. Lawyers can expect: trial presentation, early set-up and testing of equipment, fully equipped conference rooms, videoconferencing, legal video services, real-time reporting, and internet streaming; expedited transcripts and the flexibility to work with your in-house litigation system.
To book a court reporting firm, contact the national booking and scheduling office by phone (24 hours) at 866.337.6672. For more information about the Florida or national court reporters directory at NNRC visit nnrc.com.