Cady Reporting Announces New Resources

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(Cleveland, Ohio) November 28, 2018

Cady Reporting is pleased to announce a series of pages on their website: Resources. This new 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. It includes separate, more in-depth 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 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. These pages help foster that education in their clients and even young court reporters. It is this dedication that has kept the firm’s doors open for almost 40 years.

“There is a clear difference between Cady Reporting and other court reporting firms,” Brandon Bell of St. Louis, Missouri says. “They pride themselves on being a family-owned and operated location, and it shows. The work they do is incredible, but it’s the care and attention they pay to their clients that separates them from the rest. It’s like we’re all a part of the family.”

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Each and every one of the firm’s innovations have developed 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 services. 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 medical malpractice attorney benefits most from booking a court reporter that has full understanding of their casework. It is an invaluable resource.

For more information about the firm, call (888) 624-CADY , email cadystaff@cadyreporting.com, or visit their office.

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

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