FROM COURTROOMS TO BOARD MEETINGS AND EVERYWHERE IN BETWEEN.
TRANSLATORS USA’s CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETERS ARE HERE TO LEND A HAND.
We realize that accuracy and professionalism are vital in portraying the correct message. That is why our consecutive interpreters receive regular training to stay abreast of the fast-paced legal and business environment and the jargon used in it. Many of our interpreters find that certain jargon does not exist across all language and that is why we take training very seriously. By using this time effectively, we can develop simple comparisons or explanations for most jargon. Our dedication to providing the best consecutive interpreting service is what sets us apart from competitors.
Translators USA employs the top consecutive interpreters to assist in courtrooms, boardrooms, or even hospital rooms. Our highly skilled interpreters will go anywhere that consecutive interpretation is required. Unlike conference interpreting, consecutive interpreting requires an exceptional recall for facts with extreme precision and professional delivery. Consecutive interpreters do not have the freedom of being a face behind a microphone; they are very much at the forefront of legal or business proceedings, meetings and public gatherings. Translators USA understands that interpretation is more than simple translation; emphasis must be placed on cultural difference, dialect and sentence structures and all of this must be done in real time.
DON’T TAKE ANY CHANCES AND CALL ON THE SPECIALISTS 7 DAYS A WEEK
We have a database of 15,000 interpretation specialists across the United States, speaking 150 different languages and dialects. With so many people available in so many locations, we are able to provide our interpreting specialists on short notice for almost interpretation setting. To round off our interpretation services we can provide a full transcription of the legal or corporate proceeding available in one or many languages. Translators USA really is a one-stop-shop for all your interpretation, translation, and transcription needs.