Legal Support News
May 23 2018 | posted by LORR Team
At LORR, we offer a comprehensive selection of litigation support services in Corpus Christi, TX. From professional videography and photography to enhance your case’s visuals to lightning-fast records retrieval services that get you the evidence you need, our offerings run the gamut. Let us help you build a more effective, more successful case with our legal support services.
May 23 2018 | posted by LORR Team
LORR is proud to offer a varied selection of litigation support services in Austin, TX. Our legal services experts offer everything from videography, photography and trial board creation to fast, effective records retrieval. Our ultimate goal is to help Austin law firms and attorneys the build more effective, more successful cases on the whole.
May 23 2018 | posted by LORR Team
Here at LORR, we offer a wide array of litigation support services in Dallas, TX. From convenient digital file storage to photography, videography and exhibits that enhance your case, we offer Dallas law firms and attorneys the legal services they need to build better, more effective and more successful cases.
May 23 2018 | posted by LORR Team
Our litigation support services in Houston, TX, run the gamut. From expert-level legal videography and photography to fast and effective record retrieval services, we offer Houston attorneys and law firms the litigation support they need to build winning cases.
Feb 20 2017 | posted by Law & Order
“Trial support services” is one of those terms that gets tossed around a lot among legal professionals. Yet, while many people discuss the topic, surprisingly few understand what it refers to. So in this post, we would like to summarize what we offer and how it can help your firm succeed.
Feb 13 2017 | posted by Law & Order
Our Texas litigation support services can make all the difference when it comes to representing your client’s interests. Having the facts on your side is only one part of the equation. Knowing how to present the evidence is essential as well. That’s where we come into the picture.
Feb 6 2017 | posted by Law & Order
Legal presentation assistance can make all the difference when it comes to obtaining desirable outcomes for your clients. In a perfect world, juries and judges would decide cases based entirely on facts and logic. Unfortunately, you can have a mountain of evidence and case history to back you up and still be outperformed by the other side if they present their position in a more cogent fashion.
Jan 30 2017 | posted by Law & Order
At LORR, we take every precaution to ensure our agents conduct our client’s subpoena services in accordance with state and federal law. This is crucial because a case’s outcome often hinges not only on evidence and precedent but also on how carefully the acting parties follow procedure. That’s why we’re meticulous about details.
Jan 17 2017 | posted by LORR Team
The 21st century is an age of specialization. That’s why creating the best legal presentations in Texas requires more than a cursory knowledge of Microsoft Office and a dab of design talent. You need the kind of specialized expertise LORR can provide.
Jan 9 2017 | posted by LORR Team
Deciding among Texas record retrieval companies is no small matter. Failure to obtain critical documentation can be the fatal flaw in an otherwise airtight case. This is why your firm needs the kind of specialized savvy LORR can provide.
Dec 27 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Video depositions are a powerful way to present a persuasive court case. They combine modern technology with the timeless art of storytelling. Prepared effectively, they can reach a judge or jury on both an intellectual and emotional level.
Dec 12 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Medical records retrieval is a specialized field, one which requires not only perseverance but also a profound understanding of the healthcare industry. Our professionals can attain the documentation you need to achieve a favorable outcome for your clients in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Nov 28 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Having access to our Texas trial support services can make all the difference between failure and success for your firm and your clients. Our expertise can help you build and present a well-grounded, well-delivered case that will lead to optimal outcomes for your side.
Nov 14 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Litigation support Austin can give your firm the edge it needs to obtain favorable decisions for yourself and your client. As you know, the outcome of a case may depend on information buried deep within electronic data files. Culling that information from the mountains of irrelevant data surrounding it is the task of our litigation support specialists.
Oct 31 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Our attorney support services can bring your practice into the 21st century, eliminating cumbersome and expensive bottlenecks while sparing you needless costs. We make this possible by focusing on the everyday tasks that every legal practice needs in order to function.
Oct 24 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Our record retrieval in Texas services can make all the difference to the outcome of a crucial case. As you know, the results of most legal proceedings depend on each side’s diligence in producing supporting materials, yet the process of obtaining these necessary documents is fraught with roadblocks. We can help in the following ways.
Oct 17 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Our legal repository service can free you from one of the most dreaded tasks in the entire legal profession: the arduous chore of assembling, filing, organizing, and carrying around the hundreds, if not thousands, of documents and other records relevant to your case.
Oct 10 2016 | posted by LORR Team
We offer a full range of litigation support Houston services to Texas law firms. Our expertise can make all the difference in the world when it comes to getting the best possible results for your client. Here are three reasons why.
Sep 19 2016 | posted by LORR Team
At first thought, it might make sense to have an in-house record retrieval department at your firm. After all, it’s conveniently right there in the office and at your disposal whenever you need it. But here are a few reasons you may want to steer clear.
Sep 12 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Records are often the single most important piece of evidence you’ll have in a case. Many times, they’re the piece of evidence that makes or breaks a case for your client — or means the difference between a small settlement and a really big one. For these reasons, the only way to really ensure your case’s success is to use a rapid record retrieval service.
Sep 5 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Legal videography can be a great way to strengthen a case and improve its chances of success. While photographic evidence and testimony can go a long way, allowing judges and jurors to actually see and experience a scene for themselves can be more effective.
Aug 29 2016 | posted by LORR Team
If your current case is lacking a little star power, you may want to consider enlisting professional Texas record retrieval services to help. Records are often the most powerful pieces of evidence you can have in a case.
Aug 15 2016 | posted by LORR Team
Many attorneys are hesitant to enlist professional Texas record retrieval services because of the cost. Though a records request will indeed require a small fee, it is much more affordable than the costs of in-house record retrieval.
Jul 11 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Technology has made working in the legal industry immensely easier over the past few decades. The most game-changing tech to emerge would have to be edocument services. With Texas edocument services, you can convert your case files, documents, photos, and even evidence into a digital format and store it all online, safely and securely in the cloud.
Jul 4 2016 | posted by Law & Order
When it comes to medical records, the stakes get even higher. Medical records are notoriously difficult to obtain. Records custodians are overwhelmed by requests, and the immense number of laws and regulations governing their records require a great deal of time and effort. Fortunately, professional medical record retrieval services exist to help circumvent such issues.
Jun 27 2016 | posted by Law & Order
What are you using for your Texas legal repository? A room full of filing cabinets? A closet full of boxes? Maybe a storage unit filled to the brim? There’s a better way. At LORR, we offer a seamless, convenient online repository that can literally change the way you work.
Jun 20 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Though outsourcing to a Texas record retrieval firm is certainly optional, the truth is that it’s the absolute best way to position your firm for long-term success, especially in a highly competitive marketplace. If you’re looking for a way to give your team and clients an edge over the competition, using a professional record retrieval service is definitely the way to go.
Jun 13 2016 | posted by Law & Order
There are dozens of reasons a firm may outsource their subpoena services: maybe they are overwhelmed with work, maybe they are short staffed, or maybe they just want to ensure the task is handled by a true professional. Whatever the reason, outsourcing subpoena services can provide hefty benefits to a legal team.
Jun 6 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Many law firms handle record retrieval in house. Unfortunately, just because it’s commonplace doesn’t mean it’s the best choice for your firm. In fact, many in-house records operations are actually less efficient and more costly than outsourced options — and that can be a big detriment to firms in the long run.
May 30 2016 | posted by Law & Order
In a world where everything costs something, it can be hard to justify any additional expense. We often hear this complaint when talking with potential customers. “My operating costs are XX a month. Why spend XX more on record retrieval companies when I could just handle my record requests in house?” While that may seem like sound logic, when you dig deeper, there are a few problems present.
May 23 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Like any industry, the litigation support world is always in flux. Laws change, trends emerge, and new things happen every day. To help keep you up to date on all these changes and headlines, we’ve created this helpful news roundup. Check out the top stories in both national and Texas legal support news below!
Apr 18 2016 | posted by Law & Order
It’s certainly possible to handle your own record retrieval, but the real question is: Do you really want to? Record retrieval is tedious, time-consuming, and boring. And it’s also extremely important. It’s not a task you can pass off to an intern, and it’s not something you can let fall by the wayside, since your case probably depends on it!
Apr 11 2016 | posted by Law & Order
If your case requires data, records, or information from a third party — someone who’s not directly involved in your suit — then you’ll likely need to use a strategy called deposition by written questions, or DWQ.
Apr 4 2016 | posted by Law & Order
As a lawyer, you have many costs to consider. You have costs of licensing and malpractice insurance, you have to cover salaries and benefits for all your employees, and you have all the little expenses that go along with each and every case you handle. It can add up quick, and the thought of adding on more costs — like having someone help with record retrieval, subpoena service, or other tasks you just don’t have time for — is more than overwhelming.
Mar 21 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Google “record retrieval companies,” and you’ll find there are many options out there. So how do you choose? How do you know which one is right for the job — your job — and who can serve your clients and cases best?
Mar 14 2016 | posted by Law & Order
When you’ve got loads of cases or you’re short staffed, calling in LORR’s Texas litigation support team can be a big help. It can take work off your shoulders, free up your team, and help keep your cases moving, even when you’re short on time.
Mar 7 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Forget lugging around huge boxes, files, and folders to every trial and meeting. What if you could access all the info you need — the documents, the evidence, the testimony — all on the web, with just a laptop and Wi-Fi connection?
Feb 29 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Convincing, compelling legal presentations are the keys to winning cases. When done well, they can get your point across, sway a jury, and win favor for your client. When done poorly, they can hurt your clients’ chances or worse, help your opponent’s case instead.
Feb 4 2016 | posted by Law & Order
When you’re handling a car accident, workplace injury, or malpractice case, medical records are pretty important to your final outcome. With the right records, you can prove your client was injured, their life irreparably changed, and the defendant obviously and undeniably guilty. Without them, you could find yourself in an uphill battle, with very little chance of clinching that win for your client.
Feb 1 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Though it is possible to service your subpoenas on your own, it’s often not the most efficient way of doing things. For one, it takes you (or a team member) away from other, more pressing matters. Just think: What if the witness is hard to track down? Do you really want your paralegal spending a full week trying to locate and serve them? That’s doubtful.
Jan 28 2016 | posted by Law & Order
As a litigator, there’s a great deal that goes into building a case. Not only do you need physical evidence, you also need various records, expert testimony, research from various offices and boards, and a whole bevy of other elements before your case is complete.
Jan 25 2016 | posted by Law & Order
While the job of legal videographers might seem simple, it really encompasses a huge variety of responsibilities, tasks, and talents – talents gained through years of hands-on experience in the industry. You see, a legal videographer doesn’t just shoot video content willy-nilly. They actually help produce some of the most important, jury-swaying evidence a lawyer can possibly use.
Jan 18 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Depending on what type of case you’re currently handling, you may need to contact any number of Texas licensing boards, state departments, or committees along the way. From the Texas Secretary of State or the Attorney General’s office to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission or the Department of Transportation, these boards can often give you vital evidence that can help strengthen and many times, even win your case.
Jan 11 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Your clients’ finances depend on your ability to build their case and see it through successfully. That’s a lot for one person to handle, no matter how experienced or good at your job you are. Fortunately, you don’t have to shoulder the burden all on your own. In fact, with litigation support, San Antonio, TX attorneys just like you can lighten their workload immensely.
Jan 4 2016 | posted by Law & Order
Most firms don’t have their own record retrieval department. They’re too expensive to operate, the firm isn’t busy enough, or they’re just not worth the time to manage and oversee. Fortunately, at LORR, we have a record retrieval department waiting for whenever you need it.
Dec 28 2015 | posted by Law & Order
Trial support services are invaluable to the modern lawyer. Not only do they make your life and your work easier as a whole, they also make your cases stronger and more viable. They essentially add another facet to your firm, giving your clients more value, more facetime, and a better shot at winning.
Dec 21 2015 | posted by Law & Order
Legal record retrieval isn’t easy, but it’s certainly important. Through proper record retrieval, you can get the evidence you need to prove the defendant’s fault, your client’s innocence, and the total amount of damages your client should be owed.
Dec 14 2015 | posted by Law & Order
Record retrieval services are a vital service for any lawyer, but knowing how to use those records once you get them is even more important. Just follow the steps below to translate those records into a strong case and a win in the courtroom.
Oct 26 2015 | posted by Giles-Parscale
When you hear the term “rapid record retrieval,” you think immediate and fast, right? No waiting time? Quick results? While that’s certainly the ideal, it unfortunately doesn’t always happen that way. In fact, the speed of record retrieval depends on a few variables.
Oct 12 2015 | posted by LORR Team
Many attorneys like to handle everything in-house: the service of subpoenas, the records requests, and even the legal videography. Though this may save a few dollars in the long run, the truth is that it’s not the best option – at least not if you want the best results.
Sep 29 2015 | posted by LORR Team
If you’re looking for a way to boost your case’s chances of success, then hiring legal videographers is the way to go. Not only can videographers add to your arsenal of evidence, making your case stronger and more convincing, they can also help detract from the opposing party’s case – and that means an even higher shot at coming out on top.
Sep 21 2015 | posted by LORR Team
HIPAA is designed to protect the private medical information of U.S. patients. It can be a huge hurdle for personal injury attorneys during the discovery phase of a case. What all is entailed in complying with HIPAA? How does that impact your discovery process?
Sep 7 2015 | posted by LORR Team
Record retrieval services can be a huge help, especially for a busy firm or attorney. They can take a great deal of hassle and headache off your plate, making your operation more efficient and successful on the whole. Here are four tips for choosing the best record retrieval service provider.
Aug 24 2015 | posted by LORR Team
In Texas, litigation support is crucial. Our Lone Star State attorneys are busy handling oil and gas cases, personal injury claims, and class action lawsuits, and litigation support can give them (and their clients) the boost they need. Sometimes, this support can even mean the difference between losing a case or taking home a big, fat settlement.
Jun 24 2015 | posted by Giles-Parscale
Day-in-the-life videos can show the reality of an injured victim’s suffering, video depositions can let judges and jurors hear from far-away experts or witnesses, and video investigations can help shed light on key evidence and other important factors.