Are you in search of a real-time court reporter anywhere in Texas, Nevada, California, New York Florida, Illinois or New Jersey? If the answer is yes, AppearMe is for you. If the answer is maybe, AppearMe is still for you because you never know when you will need one.
We have court professionals registered with AppearMe in all five states. They will respond to your offer in real-time. In practice this means that someone will accept your offer immediately, to be more accurate – in less than a minute on average.
You may have heard about AppearMe, a real-time, on-demand application that serves thousands of lawyers to find court reporters, appearance attorneys and to refer cases. You can find more info about our services on our blog page. In this article, we will try to help you find a court reporter without making dozens of useless phone calls.
How to Find a Court Reporter in Less Than a Minute?
The procedure is very simple:
- Become a user of AppearMe
- Post an offer
- A court reporter commits to your offer in less than a minute on average
To become a user of AppearMe, you need to register. Since signing up is absolutely free, we encourage you to sign up after you finish this article. You don’t pay a penny out of your pocket to become a member of the portal, but you gain a stress-free life where you don’t need to worry about finding the right professional.
Here is What You Can Do if You Become a User of AppearMe:
- Once you become a user (AppearMe will verify your profile and notify you of your status), you can post and accept unlimited job offers as an appearance attorney;
- You can refer cases. We don’t charge anything for case referrals.
- You can also easily locate a court reporter as many professionals are registered with AppearMe under this category.
When you post an offer, your announcement goes to thousands of professionals registered in the system. They get emails and push notifications on their mobiles. The first court reporter who will commit to your offer will take the assignment. Due to this smart solution, court reporters respond in literally minutes – a minute on average.
Are They Trustworthy?
AppearMe requires that all professionals who register to have an active license. When a court reporter submits a registration request, he/she has to specify “court reporter” under the user type. This person has also to mention the license number and type. This info is checked by AppearMe staff and only after the verification users can get into the system.
Contact AppearMe for More Info
You may have questions that we did not cover. Please feel free to contact our 24/7 Customer Support heroes for additional questions. When you are clear where you are going, please sign up and become a member of AppearMe for free.