At the National Network Reporting Company, our number one priority is the health and well-being of our clients and employees. We have been closely following the updates and advice from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding COVID19, or the coronavirus, and we incorporate that advice into our business practices.
Our staff is still here to provide you and your clients the litigation support you need, but we understand not wanting to leave your home out of fear of infecting yourself or putting others at risk. Our remote deposition services allows your case to proceed from the comfort and safety of your home during this trying time.
With the NNRC, you can expect the same, top-tier support from our certified court reporting professionals that you always have. We utilize the best technology and in the legal industry so your audio and visuals is crystal clear every time.
To learn more about our remote deposition services, contact us today.
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