Louisville KY Court Reporters 

Louisville Kentucky Court Reporters | Louisville KY Video Deposition Services,  Conference Rooms &  Video Conferencing

312 S 4th Street, Suite 700 Louisville KY 40202

(502) 671-8110

Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky provides Louisville Court Reporters  and Louisville video deposition services, along with Louisville Conference Rooms and High Definition Video Conferencing, in downtown Louisville or the East End of Louisville.  Our professional court reporters and legal video technicians serve both Louisville, KY and the surrounding Jefferson County area, as well as, Kentucky statewide.  You'll find our fully-staffed deposition rooms, conference rooms, and video conference rooms are attractive, comfortable, and conveniently located in downtown Louisville or East End Louisville.  You'll be close to the best hotels, restaurants, bakeries, and delis in town.  

We offer our clients:

    • Free Wi-Fi  
    • Discounted Hotel Stay
    • Complimentary Coffee & Beverages
    • Restaurants just steps away


    With our forty-plus years of experience, we bring the convenience of a one-stop approach to all your litigation needs.  Make one call to Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky and we’ll take care of the rest.

    Taylor Court Reporters Kentucky has meeting rooms and deposition suites around the state and we’ll be happy to assist you in booking a meeting room or deposition suite.  Remember, with Taylor Court Reporters KY, there are NEVER ANY TRAVEL FEES.  So call us today for consistency in price, quality, and turnaround time.

    Make one call to Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky and we’ll take care of the rest.

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    Taylor Court Reporting Provides the Following: Deposition services, court reporters, legal video deposition services, conference rooms, interpreters, accurate and timely transcripts, exhibit linking, OCR exhibits, video-to-text syncronization. Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky and serves clients across the nation with  NO TRAVEL FEES.



    Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky

    Office Telephone Numbers:  

    Telephone: (502) 671-8110 
    Facsimile: (502) 671-8116


    Mailing  Address: 

    Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky 
    2901 Six Mile Lane 
    Louisville, KY 40220


    Louisville Kentucky Court Reporters Office Address:

    Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky
    312 South Fourth Street, Suite 700
    Louisville, KY 40202
    United States
    1+(502) 671-8110
    court reporters, court reporting, Louisville Kentucky (KY), video depositions, video conference


    Lexington Kentucky Court Reporters Office Address

    Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky
    2333 Alexandria Drive
    Lexington, KY 40504
    United States
    1+(502) 671-8110
    court reporters, court reporting, Lexington Kentucky (KY), video depositions, video conference



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    Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky is your Louisville Kentucky Court Reporter & Video Deposition Firm.  Our Court Reporters cover Louisville Kentucky and the surrounding Jefferson County Kentucky area, with statewide coverage, and NEVER A TRAVEL FEE. You can count on ourcourt reporters and deposition videographers to offer you the latest technologies, to include E-transcript with hyperlinked, OCR exhibits.  We not only videotape your depositions, Taylor Court Reporters will sync the video to the deposition text so you may create video clips to show the jury, mediator, client or members of your team.  All of our work for you can be uploaded to our iBinder Online Repository, including your videos, so you're always just a click away from your deposition transcripts, interviewstrial transcripts and videos.

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