How to Hold an Effective Video DepositionSeptember 1, 2016 7:58 pm Leave your thoughts
Like most attorneys, you probably only have so much time in the day to get through a lengthy client list. You want to devote the proper time to each case, but commuting long distances to see each client and witness can take up valuable time. The right video conferencing service can make all the difference when it comes to saving time not just for yourself, but for your clients as well.
Use the Right Tools
Contact Bartelt Reporting, LLC for your video deposition needs. We offer effective video conferencing in Phoenix, AZ that attorneys have relied on for countless cases. Our state-of-the-art technology will provide a secure and private video conference line for you to conduct your business and will record at the highest quality possible, taking in every statement loud and clear.
Maintain Eye Contact
It can be difficult to maintain “eye contact” through a video, but having the client or witness speak into the video without a representative from your firm present in the room may make them less inclined to disclose all necessary information. Look directly into the camera so the person on the other end feels how personally invested you are in the conversation and responds as if you were in the room.
Remember the Delay
With the right technology, there shouldn’t be much of a delay between when you speak and when the person on the other end hears your question. However, even the smallest delay can still take place. Make sure the person fully finishes answering a question before you move on in order to get the full statement recorded.
Let Bartelt Reporting provide you with the tools you’ll need for an effective video deposition. Call us today at 888-809-0103 to inquire about all of our court reporting services.
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