Legal Case File Storage and Management
- Are you looking for a way to reduce the ever-increasing volume of records you store?
- What if one database could help you index and manage your files—both onsite and offsite?
- Are you tired of escalating price increases…and increasingly poor service?
As a member of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), we understand the challenges of legal document management. Paper is still a fact of life for law firms, and even if there is less paper now than in the past, you still need a vendor that can manage your mountain of boxes. Perhaps you have old case files that will never be accessed, but due to incomplete indexing, you can’t be sure what is in the boxes. Let our trained professionals identify the contents so you can make informed decisions for destruction.
Speaking of destruction, MOST of the paper that is printed in your office (drafts for markup, multiple copies of the same document, etc.) can be securely destroyed rather than stored. Our NAID AAA Certified shredding consoles
will ensure no valuable client or firm information gets exposed by a casual toss in the trash. FREE use of the console with regularly scheduled service.
Our powerful Onsite records management software helps you to track documents from the time they are printed through their entire lifecycle, with one seamless database using barcode technology to give you total visibility, no matter the location: onsite, at opposing counsel, or offsite in storage.
Or maybe you are tired of receiving an annual price increase from your current vendor. Looking for the kind of great service you’d expect from a certified woman-owned records center, with better pricing? We’ve helped many firms make the switch and save thousands of dollars. Call us or complete the form on this page and we’ll send you a free, no-obligation checklist and cost-saving analysis.
BONUS: Ask us about Scan On Demand. Are you storing some paper documents that don’t have an electronic version? Use our online database and request to have a document scanned, encrypted and sent by email when you need it, rather than scanning every file in storage. Quick, efficient, and so cost-effective!
Is Your Law Firm Ready for a Records Management Upgrade?