Detroit’s Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters Establishing Strong Reputation Across Michigan

In its sixtieth year of operation, Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters (HRCR), a Michigan court reporting company that began with humble roots in Detroit, has grown into one of the state’s most respected court reporting firms among lawyers across Michigan. Established in 1963, the company has evolved over time, adopting new technologies to better serve legal clients and provide them with the high level of support services they demand and deserve. The firm features two offices, a main office in Detroit and a secondary office in Ann Arbor, home of the University of Michigan and the state’s fifth largest city.

The firm’s success owes to its track record of producing positive results for clients, which stems from the firm’s founder building a strong and accountable business. Founder Gerald Hansen, a retired military veteran, built the foundation for the company’s ongoing success on hard work, honesty, integrity and determination. Over time, as HRCR continued to prove its worth to lawyers in Detroit and elsewhere, the company’s reputation grew.

HCRC’s Ann Arbor court reporters provide a wide array of support services to attorneys and lawyers in the city and surrounding towns and townships. They perform depositions for legal professionals across the area. They also help legal professionals across the region with legal research for litigation, photography services, legal videography, transcription services, trial presentation services and more.

Hanson Reporting offers its clients access to case information at their fingertips through its interactive website and mobile app. The firm gives its clients the ability to work on their cases at any time or place of their choosing through their respective portals.

Although the firm began in a different era, Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters has adapted over the years to improve its services and better serve the legal community of Detroit and Michigan lawyers in general. Now under the leadership of Gerald Hansen, Jr., the company will look to build its court reporting brand statewide.