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Legal Document Services - Scanning

In some cases, you won't need all the services that go along with a litigation support process. In some cases, you only need to scan the documents. The benefit is that they are easier to store in the long term. They are also easier to transport and distribute to any other parties who require them, such as opposing counsel or the client. Scanned case files can be uploaded to the cloud to be made available to all who require access, such as multiple attorneys and paralegals in your firm and others. The access can be very secure with audit trails of who accessed the documents and also password controls. To find a scanning company in your area go to

Legal Document Scanning Companies of America


Once files are scanned, they often need to be stored off-site for a couple reasons.  The files are likely to take up too much room to store in your office.  Storing boxes of files off-site can be done for very little each month.  Second, the files likely contain confidential information, such as medical records, personnel records or business secrets.  You are obligated to do everything in your power to protect this data in your possession.  Many employees, contractors or other clients may have access to any or all files stored in your office now.  To find a professional off-site records storage company in your area, go to

Record Storage Companies of America

Typical Requests For Services

Forced to close practice, Need records stored and point of contact for patients who will request charts in future.
The City is looking to have approximately 35,000 documents scanned. These documents include 3000 address files with approximately 10 documents per file and 500-600 locate records. The documents range in sizes from 8.5x11, Legal, 3x5, 5x7, to 6x9.
Im looking into a company or companies that can scan old files onto disk. This would be BIG jobs for law firms.
I am interested in your pricing and services for digitizing the records of an association of homeowners. Initially and most important, we want to convert 1500-2000 pages of legal documents to PDF. Beyond that, there are about four file drawers
have 10 boxes of legal files that I need to have scanned to CD/DVD and the files destroyed. Based on an estimate by another company, it's about 47,000 pages. Would putting these files on the network with external drive be an option? FYI, the pages a