Navigating through the legal process is hard enough, but imagine being a party to a case and being unable to hear well enough to know what’s being said. If your client is deaf or suffering from significant hearing loss, this puts him — and you as his attorney — at a clear disadvantage.
Court reporters can help! Realtime technology is being requested these days not only in deposition settings but in classrooms, meetings, and interviews. Did you know that closed captioning on TV is provided by a court reporter?
Approximately 15% of American adults (37.5 million) aged 18 and over report some trouble hearing. ~ NIH
Certified court reporters have the skills necessary to provide realtime for you and your client. Having the testimony streaming live on an iPad for viewing is a game-changer. It’s like having a personal interpreter on site. Your client will no longer have to rely on lip reading or worry about positioning himself close to a speaker. There will be fewer interruptions and less stress and fatigue for your client. The court reporter will also provide a clean rough draft at the end of the day.
Give your client immediate digital access to the spoken word. Let realtime technology in the hands of our gifted professionals take the guesswork out of the conversation, and let your client actively participate in the process with confidence and peace of mind.