We often get asked by our clients about the remarkable consistency and professionalism our nationwide court reporting team demonstrates. Specifically, our clients may inquire about what to look for when scheduling a deposition with court reporters. We at Naegeli have provided you a list of what to look for in a court reporting firm to best ensure the continued consistency of quality service being provided to you. Naegeli Deposition and Trial, the Portland court reporters
of choice, maintain a nationwide team ranging from Seattle to Tacoma, Medford to Coeur d’Alene and beyond.
First and foremost, clients should examine the firm’s court reporters. These professionals should all be licensed and certified with at least a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) Certification, if not a Registered Merit Reporter (RMR) Certification, which guarantees their ability to register at least 200 words per minute as well as an overall accuracy rate of 95 percent. For the best service, check to ensure that your court reporter has the highest level of certification possible as either a Certified Real-time Reporter (CRR) or a Certified Court Reporter (CSR).
The firm’s court reporters should also demonstrate professionalism in their actions, attitude, and dress. They should always be professionally dressed, on-time, easy to work with, confident and accurate, polite and respectful, careful with spelling and other important details, highly skilled at proofreading, editing, and researching, as well as be an excellent ambassador for their profession.