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Quality court reporters make all the difference in the outcome of an attorney’s case– but how can you be sure that you are getting the quality of court reporters you need to have the most successful case possible? Before developing a working relationship with a court reporting agency, make sure the firm of your choice upholds these high standards of reporting.
Certified Court Reporters
Court reporters must be certified by the National Court Reporting Association (NCRA) with a bare minimum of a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) licensure, though many skilled reporters will go on to get another license. These professionals should be able to type at a speed of around 200 words per minute and be proficient in proofreading, editing, and researching. They should present themselves in a professional, confident manner while still being polite and respectful.
Court reporters should be able to produce a detailed record of everything said exactly when the attorney needs it. These transcripts should always meet the format set by the state, be concise, accurate, in the format of the client’s choice, and delivered in a configuration that is easily unbound. Firms should be open about their delivering policies and schedules to keep everyone on time.
Finding the right court reporting firm in Houston can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be if you keep these traits in mind.
Complete Litigation Support
Court reporting firms are expected to be more than just that these days. Attorneys expect full litigation support from their court reporting firms, and this support needs to be the same quality of service across the board. Legal video services, multi-media presentations, interpreting services, and short notice availability are just a few of the services firms should offer. Firms should have access to deposition and conference suites. They should utilize the best technology in the business, including data storage, record keeping, remote client access, CAT programs, and more. Their staff should be able to ensure all systems are properly working.
When you book a service with Hanna & Hanna Reporting, you can expect all of this and more. Contact us today to schedule a service.
Hanna & Hanna Reporting is a full-service court reporting firm offering complete legal support services, videoconferencing and deposition suites. We provide a wide variety of services related to the court reporter profession, including realtime, transcription service, closed captioning, litigation support and legal video services.
We offer the professional technical support and legal support that makes your job that much easier. We are a member of NCRA, STAR, NNRC, TCRA, TEXDRA and HCRA. Hanna & Hanna Reporting is privileged to have an exceptionally dedicated and committed staff of professionals for all your court reporting needs.
Hanna & Hanna Reporting is headquartered in Houston, Texas and offers worldwide scheduling of depositions, court reporters and videoconferencing. Our Texas locations can provide local services across the region.
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