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NNRC Announces New Legal Video FAQ

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(Folsom, California) March 19, 2019

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their brand-new page of frequently asked questions about legal video. Legal videography has become a massive part of the litigation industry over the years, but many professionals still have questions about how legal videography can benefit their case. In just a few minutes, potential clients can have many of their top questions about videography answered: why videotape a deposition, how is it used, if deposition videographers are certified, if a video of a deposition can be used in place of live testimony, how a witness should prepare for a video deposition, and what deposition synchronizing is.

Once clients have a complete understanding of legal videography, they can schedule a service with the NNRC. With an unparalleled level of attention to detail, videographers will do what they can to make sure the quality of audio and video is as best as it possible can be. They will gladly provide clients synchronized video as soon as they need it.

“A willingness to bend and shape one’s services to their clients’ needs really makes a massive difference in the outcome of that client’s case,” Brandon Bell, an expert from O’Fallon, Illinois says. “No matter the scheduled service, the clients of the NNRC can be confident they are booking that level of dedicated service.”

The NNRC offers clients a full range of litigation services. Whether in need of a legal video, court reporting, trial presentation, or any other sort of legal service, the professionals at the NNRC will treat clients with the utmost care and respect. No case is too big or small.

For more information on the NNRC and their offered services, call (866) 337-6672 or email debbed@nnrc.com.

Mark Shalloway Announces Changes in Florida Special Needs Trust Law

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) February 20, 2019

Mark Shalloway— president of Palm Beach elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway—is pleased to announce a new post on the law firm’s website. Mark Shalloway and his dedicated staff of elder law attorneys use the site’s blog and newsletter functions to keep their clients updated with the latest in the fields surrounding elder law. Shalloway’s most recent post is on new updates surrounding Florida’s Special Needs Trust Law.

As per a previous piece, recent changes to the federal law now make it so individuals with disabilities can establish their own trusts (a “first person trust”) rather than having someone set it up on their behalf. A new bill, however, makes it easier for trustees to change the terms of the trust. This means they could rewrite the terms of the trust, which may (or may not) be a good thing.

No matter what happens under the changes of the law, the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway will be there for their clients. For 30 years now, Mark Shalloway and his elder law attorneys have provided help to clients on cases big and small. During such a trying time in one’s life, it is crucial they have an attorney behind them that is passionate about their needs. The staff at Shalloway & Shalloway are those professionals.

“It really makes a difference when clients can tell their attorney wants the best for them,” Brandon Bell, a legal consultant in Oak Park, Illinois, says. “In such a trying time in one’s life, it is crucial they feel supported. Mark Shalloway and his staff provide clients with that support they crave, as well as the results they need.”

For more information on Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, fill out their contact form, or visit their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Ryan Reporting Announces New Testimonial Page

(Rockledge, Florida) February 14, 2019

Ryan Reporting is pleased to announce their brand-new testimonial page on their website. For many potential clients, seeing offered services and promises of the company doesn’t give them enough information to want to book with a company. Seeing what past clients have to say about the company, however, solidifies just how high of quality the firm is.

“Ryan Reporting made us feel right at home and made our work go much more smoothly,” one satisfied customer says. “Ryan offers the types of services that we needed, and they were able to set everything up in a way that allowed us to forget about the technology and get through our work. Bravo. We’ll be visiting again.”

It’s no wonder these Orlando court reporters receive such stellar accolades. For nearly 50 years, Ryan Reporting has been the go-to court reporting service for attorneys and paralegals in central and north Florida. The firm offers past, present, and future clients a variety of court reporting specialists—from civil rights court reporters, to environmental and natural resources court reporters—and a vast number of litigation services. No matter how big or small a case, Ryan Reporting’s services are right for any attorney.

Their association with the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) further solidifies the quality of reporting the firm puts out. To be accepted as a member to the NNRC, a court reporting firm must be among the most timely, effective, and accurate, all the while offering their clients the best customer service in the business. As a member, Ryan Reporting checks each and every one of these boxes.

For more information on Ryan Reporting, call (321) 633-0972, email info@ryanreporting.com, or visit their offices.

1670 South Fiske Blvd, Rockledge, Florida 32955, USA

Mark Shalloway Attends the Circle of Care Luncheon Celebration

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) December 12, 2018

This past November, Mark Shalloway—owner of elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway—attended the Circle of Care Luncheon and Celebration, put on by Palm Beach’s Area Agency on Aging, a resource for aging and disability in the area. Elders and nonprofits for elders alike can thank Area Agency on Aging for helping the senior community retain their independence while still being supported. This was the organization’s fifth annual luncheon, and it celebrated years of art, culture, and the Area Agency on Aging’s 30 anniversary of serving Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast.

As a vocal advocate for the protection of elders from abuse with the proper care and respect they deserve, and one of the top elder law attorneys in Palm Beach County, Mark Shalloway and his firm has become a quintessential aspect of the elder community. For over 25 years, Shalloway & Shalloway has served elders and their families in need of service—be it for a case of elder abuse, or securing the veteran benefits the deserve. Mark Shalloway and his staff work tirelessly to ensure that their clients needs are met, and exceeded.

Mr. Shalloway and his staff took care of my family,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “They treated us like human beings, not numbers—but more importantly, they made sure that my Grandpa’s needs were taken care of. He’s really happy where he is now.”

With Shalloway & Shalloway, clients can be confident their family will be taken care of. To learn more about Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

NNRC Announces Areas of Practice

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new Areas of Practice page. The page serves to help attorneys and paralegals find a court reporting professional that has complete and comprehensive knowledge of their area of practice, as well as additional resources to help professionals learn more about the certain field. The NNRC’s certified court reporters include specialists of over a dozen areas of practice—from criminal law, to entertainment law, to labor law.

Legal professionals know just how important it is to have a litigation team that can follow each and every step that might come their way in a court room and deposition. Having a court reporter that is fluent in the difficult language and nuances that come with the field leads to an unparalleled accuracy on transcripts—and that accuracy can make a world of difference on someone’s case. This is why the NNRC has made it their mission to offer only the best specialists the court reporting world has to offer.

It’s amazing that the NNRC can cover attorneys across the world and still provide the quality service a small firm would,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “They are professional, and they get the job done.”

But the NNRC is more than a resource for quality court reporting—the company is a fully stocked litigation firm. Attorneys across the nation and world can come to the NNRC for each and every one of their legal needs. Legal video, trial presentation, and video conferencing are only a few among the many litigation support options presented by the NNRC.

To learn more about the NNRC and all of their offered services, call (866) 337-6672, or email debbed@nnrc.com.

Cady Reporting Announces New Resources Page

(Cleveland, Ohio) November 28, 2018

Cady Reporting is pleased to announce a new series of pages on their website. The “Resources” section serves not only as a resource for potential clients to learn more about the world of court reporting, but for court reporters to hone and perfect their skills. The new section will include separate pages that cover Frequently Asked Questions about the world of court reporting, Tips for a Successful Deposition, Basics for Scheduling a Deposition, and information about Technologies Used Today.

This addition is yet another example of how the professionals at Cady Reporting are dedicated to improving the lives of their clients. The staff is fully aware just how important it is that their clients be educated, so that they can make the right decision for their case. It is this dedication that has kept the firm’s doors open for almost 40 years.

Each and every one of the firm’s innovations have come to be from the needs of clients. When the staff realized their clients needed more than just quality court reporting services, they added a wide array of litigation services—from legal videography to subpoena service. As law firms became more specialized, their Cleveland court reporters started to specialize in a number of areas of practice—covering fields from personal injury law, to maritime law.

Cady Reporting knows just how important it is that clients have a variety of litigation options to choose from—as the more specific they can get, the more helpful a service will be. A criminal defense lawyer benefits most from booking a court reporter that has full understanding of their casework. It is an invaluable resource.

“Cady Reporting is truly a quality court reporting firm,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “They really go above and beyond to make sure all their clients’ needs are satisfied.”

For more information about the firm, call (216) 861-9270, email cadystaff@cadyreporting.com, or visit their office.

Western Reserve Building
1468 West 9th Street, Suite 440
Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Beovich, Walter, and Friend Announce Directory Listing on National Court Reporting Firms

(Portland, Oregon) October 16, 2018

Beovich, Walter, and Friend (BWF) Certified Court Reporters is pleased to announce their inclusion in the directory listing on National Court Reporting firms. The state directory was designed to serve as a comprehensive database of the top court reporting firms in the nation, organized by state. With so many litigation firms for attorneys and paralegals to pick and choose from, it can be practically impossible to find a quality court reporting firm. National Court Reporting Firms makes that search a little easier.

BWF’s directory listing distinguishes the 60 year-old firm as one of the leading court reporting firms in the state of Oregon. For those who have been lucky enough to be clients of Beovich, Walter, & Friend, this comes as no surprise. The firm boasts high standards of quality for each and every one of their Portland court reporters. They are accurate and efficient, but more importantly, dedicated to their work and their clients. The firm offers transparent billing—a fully itemized invoice that clearly lays out the prices of each BWF service, because they know just how important price can be when making a final decision.

No matter the time of day or day of the week, anyone can book a service with BWF with their easy, 24/7 booking engine. The mobile-friendly form takes only a few minutes to fill out, so busy professionals on the go can request a service anytime, anywhere. BWF knows emergencies happen, so if a client needs a service fulfilled within two days, they can contact (503) 228-7201.

For more information on Beovich, Walter, and friend, call their hotline, email them at info@bwfreporters.com, or visit their offices.

1001 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 1200, Portland, OR  97204

NNRC Announces New Nebraska State Page

(Folsom, California) October 2, 2018

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is thrilled to announce their latest addition to their state directories of court reporters.  The page is designed to help attorneys and paralegals easily find a court reporting or litigation service in their area whose quality is guaranteed. The recent addition of Nebraska court reporters allows law firms across the Cornhusker State to find top-tier, local court reporting services.

Finding a firm has never been easier. All potential clients need to do is select their state from the interactive map—in this case, Nebraska— on the home page. They will then be directed to the state page, which is home to an index of cities in that state that are covered by NNRC firms. Once the potential client selects the city or county nearest them, they will be sent to an informational page on the court reporting firm that is guaranteed to deliver the fast, efficient results they need. Court reporting expert, Glomar Arenas, says that this development is “a game changer in the legal field.”

Among the selected firms is Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters and Certified Legal Video. These Omaha court reporters handle every single one of wonder client’s court reporting and litigation needs. The firm offers a wide variety of litigation services, from videography to A/V equipment rental, so that each and every one of their clients’ needs can be handled by the professionals at Thomas & Thomas. With their history of excellence, it is no longer Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters was selected to be not only a Nebraska firm clients can count on, but the court reporting face of Omaha.

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.

Tempest Reporting Announces Inclusion in National Court Reporting Firms State Directory

(Salt Lake City, Utah) September 6, 2018

Tempest Reporting is pleased to announce their inclusion in the National Court Reporting Firms directory. Upon realizing the need for a court reporting directory that hosts only the best firms across the nation, the established court reporting website developed the easy to use database. The database is organized alphabetically by state, and lists the best court reporting firms and their home city. From there, readers are directed to a separate page on the specific firm that highlights the firm’s distinguishing strengths.

What separates the firms from the good to the great is excellent customer service, and timely, efficient, and accurate staff. Tempest Reporting’s Salt Lake City court reporters have time and time again proven just how much these foundations are important to them. The firm was built on these aspects of business that make them a perfect addition to the National Court Reporting Firms’ directory.

While many firms are behind the times when it comes to technological advances, Tempest Reporting refuses to be. Tempest Reporting founder and President, Ariel Mumma, has made it her mission for 30 years to provide clients with the most up to date technology the court reporting industry has to offer. Having updated and reliable court reporting equipment is a crucial part of a successful case. Be a firm in need of great video conferencing, videography, or court reporting services, Tempest is guaranteed to deliver every time.

Their dedication to offering clients with the latest in court reporting extends to scheduling. Clients can call or email the firm, but for those on the go, they can book anywhere at any time with Tempest’s online, mobile-friendly booking engine. By filling out contact information and details on the case, clients can schedule a service in a matter of minutes. To law firms, this is a game changer.

For more information on the firm, call at (801) 521-2222, email at ariel@reporting.com, go to reporting.com or visit their offices.

175 S Main St #710 Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Mark Shalloway Announces “The Middle Class Guide to Medicaid Planning”

(West Palm Beach, Florida) August 23, 2018

Mark Shalloway of Shalloway & Shalloway P.A is pleased to announce the publication of “The Middle Class Guide to Medicaid Planning.” This publication covers the many questions that comes with caring for an aged loved one. The short, but detailed and easily digestible, PDF addresses when the need for aid arises, how much these programs cost, and what will or will not pay for these important resources.

In a recent interview, Shalloway reveals that the middle class do not make enough money to sustain paying for the expensive monthly costs of nursing homes while sustaining their own lives. That being said, the middle class make too much money to grant them any assistance for the government. This leads to middle class citizens running themselves poor in an attempt to pay for aid services, or simply not even getting the help they so desperately need.

The answer to their prayers is Medicaid. This guide is designed to provide assistance to the middle class, a division of the SES that Mark Shalloway feels is horribly underrepresented. With the guide, middle class citizens can easily discover what options of Medicaid planning work best for them. The guide illustrates what will and will not work along with Medicaid, and offers a great breadth of information for the reader to discover.

Along with the guide, middle class citizens should turn to a lawyer who specializes in Elder Law, such as Mark Shalloway. Mark Shalloway has worked in the realm of Elder Law for over 25 years, has served on a number of committees dedicated to elder law, and is a vocal advocate for the elder and special needs communities. His firm is dedicated to making the lives of his clients easier.

To contact Shalloway & Shalloway and for more information on the guide, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their website.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #700, West Palm Beach, FL 33401