Kentuckiana Reporters has provided court reporters and legal videography services to New Albany, Indiana since 1976. Our New Albany court reporters’ office is conveniently located in the heart of downtown New Albany. With spacious parking, large conference rooms and comfortable amenities, we offer the premier location of depositions and mediations in New Albany, IN. Conference rooms are complimentary when you schedule any of our court reporting or video services. Our reporters are professional, on-time and committed to providing the best service available. Kentuckiana provides timely service that is second to none. We offer real-time and same day transcripts upon request. Otherwise, your transcript will always be delivered within seven (7) business days.
Kentuckiana Court Reporters is the premier choice for New Albany, Indiana court reporters. We provide court reporters and legal video deposition services to New Albany IN. Kentuckiana Reporters has put together a balanced staff of experienced court reporters to serve New Albany.
Our court reporters are bringing a fresh approach to court reporting in New Albany. We guarantee that transcripts will be produced within seven business days, we offer the lowest rates in Southern Indiana and we have a full time staff of proofreaders review every transcript to ensure accuracy. Kentuckiana Court Reporters is simply the best court reporting solution for New Albany, IN
Kentuckiana Court Reporters has court reporters and legal video deposition services available in New Albany, Indiana. We will assist you by reserving conference rooms, court reporters and legal videographers in New Albany, Indiana.
Our New Albany office is located in the historic Hess House located at 815 East Market Street, New Albany, Indiana 47150. The building dates back to 1855 when James Brooks, Esq. purchased the entire half-block of real estate bounded by Spring, East Ninth and Market streets and the alley for $5000. Several of the original outbuildings are still in existence today, including the servants’ washhouse (behind 317 E. 9th) and the carriage house (behind 323 E. 9th). Mr. Brooks was founder and first president of the New Albany-Salem Railroad, later known as the Monon, The Hoosier Line. Merchant/banker/industrialist Lawrence Bradley purchased the property from the bank for about $12,000 after Mr. Brooks lost his estate in 1863. During the 1870s, the Bradleys made several improvements to the residence including erecting an ornamental iron fence around the grounds. In 1901, Mr. Bradley lost the property to the bank, which began selling off parcels of the estate and demolished the north and northwest wings of the mansion. This led to the development of the west side of the 300 block of East Ninth Street. In subsequent years, the building was home to the Hassenmiller and Kenney families, served as the Knights of Columbus Hall, the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union Hall, the pediatrician office of Dr. Patrick Hess, and later, his art gallery. The building has recently undergone an extensive rehabilitation and now serves as offices for Kentuckiana Court Reporters.