Expert Court Reporting: Accuracy
We’ve talked at length about what it takes to become a top court reporter. While Capital Reporting Company offers high quality, comprehensive court reporting services across the board, there are two foundational qualities that we always maintain: speed and accuracy. You may have read on previous blog posts that our court reporters transcribe a minimum of 225 words per minute. This is the requirement set forth by the National Court Reporting Association. What’s more is that Capital Reporting Company’s court reporters transcribe several-hundred page documents on a regular basis. When we type so much so quickly, how can you be sure that the work is precise?
The answer is the NCRA, which requires that a court reporter transcribe the minimum 225 words per minute, with at least 95% accuracy. This is the basic requirement to become a court reporter, and, as one of the Best Overall Providers of Court Reporting & Deposition Services, Capital Reporting Company, goes above and beyond the basic requirements. In the case of a verbatim transcription–we thoroughly review our transcripts before being certified, filed with the court, and forwarded to our clients. All of our work is as close to 100% accurate as possible.
At Capital Reporting Company, we understand the importance of getting a transcript right. As the NCRA outlines, we assign court reporters and transcriptionists tasks based on their levels of ability. The most complex depositions will be placed in the most capable hands. We know it is not uncommon in the audio transcription world for a government agency or attorney to receive a transcript that does not match the audio, forcing the client to demand a transcript re-write. This is never the case at Capital, where our high standards ensure your work is handled by only the most capable professionals.
The guidelines for court reporting in Chicago may differ from those of San Francisco and New York, but Capital Reporting Company maintains its high standards across the nation and the globe. Our commitment to accuracy is just one of the many reasons that over 10,000 clients look to us to fulfill their court reporting and deposition needs.