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Herder & Associates Announces New Scottsdale Deposition Center

Herder & Associates, announces that their new Scottsdale location has opened in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, January 23, 2017.

Adding to our other locations throughout Arizona, we have dramatically upgraded our presence in Scottsdale to a prime Old Town Scottsdale location, bordering downtown Paradise Valley, just north of the Scottsdale Civic Center at the beautiful Scottsdale Place.

“We outgrew our original Scottsdale location and sought a dramatically-upscale face-lift. It was personal journey for me, as my wife and I lived in this amazing ZIP code for over a decade and started our family here. Now our Scottsdale office is ideally located on Scottsdale Road just one mile north of the prized Camelback/Scottsdale Road intersection, which anchors Scottsdale’s Entertainment District,” says Marty Herder, CEO.

Herder & Associates is a full-service professional court reporting agency. The firm offers state-of-the-art, nationally certified professional court reporters for every aspect of litigation, hearings, and arbitration testimony with conference rooms throughout the state of Arizona.

It’s their goal to establish a relationship with their clients based on trust and expertise. Herder & Associates understands the importance of choosing the right team for your Arizona court reporting needs. The firm of Herder & Associates has earned a reputation as a leader in Arizona for court reporting due to their commitment to delivering a world-class experience for all clients with a focus on accuracy and timely delivery.

Our staff, services, and use of best-in-class technology make the firm the clear choice when you need a court reporter on hand.

Herder & Associates specializes their services to fit your every need. They pride themselves on having the fastest, most accurate, and conscientious professional reporters in the industry. The company focuses on real-time reporting in order to deliver prompt materials to those who need it. With dedicated and experienced court reporters on the team who have worked with all types of arbitration and litigation cases, you can receive an e-transcript daily as well as rough drafts so that you can review the materials and prepare for the future.

Schedule your next deposition by calling Herder & Associates now at (480) 481 0649, and you will know the peace of mind that comes with relying on the most professional and respected court reporting and litigation support services available.

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Our deepest Appreciation to Each and Every One of Those Who Served

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My big brother Bob enlisted at 17 and served our country in Vietnam.  Eagerly walking in his shadow, I remember him being tall, broad shouldered and, like all the other kids, admired his athleticism, leadership, and how he was always there for the little guy.  Bob left home like most of our heroes:  eager, patriotic and humorous. He spent two honorable tours in combat as a teenager, then a young man, before becoming morbidly sick with malaria and typhoid, and other unknown illnesses. He was not supposed to survive. But through prayer, luck, and dedicated medical staff, he came out of a coma, removed his yet undated toe tag, and was shipped home weighing only 130 pounds, his yellow skin hanging off his skeleton. It was hideous.

Bob returned, but the brother we knew was gone, replaced by a shell of a man.  He now was the shadow.

It took my brother many years to recover, and he has had to endure an entire lifetime of life-threatening physical maladies and multiple system failures from his exposure to Agent Orange, disease, and combat. We as a family cannot remember a time that Bob hasn’t been sick or suffering physically or emotionally since his service to our country four decades ago. His duty assignment today is battling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, as he still endures the psychological scars of kills and destruction.

Bob has never given up, but he has struggled to integrate into a society that four decades ago spit on him, and that scoffs at the challenges he and other veterans face.  He like many of our heroes struggles with a government that laboriously rations out benefits, medical treatments and procedures, as if he was begging for something unearned.

Sometimes we lose our heroes in one tragic moment. Other times we lose them slowly and tortuously over time. Let us never forget their sacrifice.