Legal File Scanning Services in Los Angeles
If your legal records in Los Angeles are hard or even impossible to find and seem better at eating up valuable space and dollars than recording important information, we can make your documents do the job for which they were created.
- Produce any records on demand
- Speed up customer service
- Reduce paper-handling
- Keep company data in a safe, secure place
- Keep a complete trail of who accessed which documents and when
Visitors to the companies listed here in Los Angeles are asked "What Can We Do For You"? These are a couple of the law firm requests. Do you have similar needs? If so, please call or email the companies listed here to see if the can provide solutions to your digitization needs.
"I am an attorney in Los Angeles and have 40 boxes of old files that I would like scanned. Approx 15 boxes have legal sized documemts and the remainder are legal size. No larger documents or color scans are needed. Please forward your pricing for these services. "
"I am looking for an approximate price for scanning, OCRing and archiving inactive legal files. I have approximately 110 banker boxes of inactive files in Los Angeles . The files would also probably need to be shredded after archiving."
"We have a law office client in Los Angeles whose file is three boxes, several files and expanding folders. We want to have it scanned and burned onto a CD so we can destroy the hard copy. Does your company do this? If so, how much do you charge per page? "
Lost and Misfiled Files, Which Is a Common Problem With Paper Records, Does Not Happen With Scanned Files
Once a Legal File is retrieved from the file room or file cabinets, then you have to count on employees and and office staff to efficiently and timely return the closed case file to the storage location room or file cabinets. In addition, when the Legal File is checked out, it must also be properly protected to remain in compliance with HIPAA. The file must be locked away. When the file is no longer needed, it must be refiled in the proper place. Lost files can be over 15% of the files checked out. Scanned documents are always there on-line.