COURT REPORTERS

Our schedulers are committed to matching you with the best licensed certified court reporter for your case! Each court reporter is selected to match the type of case that you are litigating.  Prior to your deposition, they spend time studying any technical, legal, and medical terminology provided vital to the deposition. All of our court reporters are trained to handle high-end complex litigation.

REALTIME REPORTING

Many of our court reporters are certified in additional Communications Access Realtime Reporting. These “realtime reporters” are at the top of their field and have been certified to provide you with the best quality service and unparalleled accuracy. With realtime reporting, you’ll be able to read back the testimony as it is given and will leave the deposition with a rough draft that you can use immediately!

REMOTE DEPOSITIONS

In addition to physical depositions, our court reporters are highly trained to perform remote depositions. Our IT team can assist you with your telephonic depositions and virtual depositions. In the case of a virtual deposition, our IT team can assist you with webcam set-up, internet connectivity, and provide you with a secure streaming application. As the court reporter transcribes the deposition, attorneys can view the live transcript at the same time as they are looking at the witness, and also have other conversations with colleagues via the streaming application.

THE FIRST LEGAL ADVANTAGE

As a national company serving hundreds of law firms, corporations, and insurance companies from Los Angeles to New York, First Legal Depositions has the resources to help you schedule your deposition anytime and anywhere. We provide our clients with National service, offering premiere conference rooms with state of the art technology across all 50 states. Our highly trained and certified court reporters understand the nuances of your industry and can offer you in-person and remote court reporting services. Our deposition solutions offer you the latest in deposition technology providing you ease and convenience.

To read more about our transcription services, visit our Transcripts page.

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