Insurance Transcription

Insurance Transcription

Global Voices provide accurate insurance transcription services, with our expert linguists using their background in the insurance industry to offer high-quality statements and reports with the correct terminology.

What Is Insurance Transcription?

Insurance transcription involves our trained linguists accurately transcribing audio files into any language, ready for clients to use within their business. Any insurance claim requires collating relevant information and evidence, and the correct terminology must be used in all documents.

With a background in the insurance sector, our team at Global Voices is equipped with a rich knowledge of how the industry works and the relevant terminology used. This makes it easier for our expert transcribers to quickly and efficiently transcribe and translate any files to the chosen target language. The transcriptions are not completed in real time, and finished documents can be formatted in a business’ house style, ready to be used straight away. We can also provide multiple translations of the transcribed documents, useful for global insurance business’ with offices around the world.

As the insurance industry deals with unexpected disasters, we are able to increase our typing pool of linguists quickly and easily, with minimal disruption, in order to complete all insurance transcription work within company deadlines, should an emergency occur.

Whether we’re working with international firms or local businesses, we understand that one misplaced comma, or misheard quote can have a drastic effect on an insurance policy. Our strict quality control ensures that mistakes do not leave the office, and all our transcription work is carried out accurately and within company deadlines.

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Do I need Insurance Transcription services?

All businesses need insurance, and global businesses will need the insurance in each country they’re trading in, in accordance with local laws. In these cases, it is crucial that the correct information is transcribed and shared, as it could affect the policy.

Our linguists are experts in differences between dialects, offering accurately localised translations, depending on your needs. This is especially crucial when listening and transcribing interviews and conferences within the insurance industry. The Global Voices team is experienced in deciphering different nationalities and accents, giving a much more accurate transcription.

Examples of documents that we can transcribe include: witness statements, summary and file notes, settlement letters, scope of works, recorded statements, public liability reports, property damage reports, product liability reports, notes in investigations, motor investigations, home reports, employers’ liability reports, apportionment sheets, property quotes and estimates, and preliminary, interim, and final reports.

Relying on us for any insurance transcription services ensures that all documents have been accurately and quickly transcribed ready for your business to start using, so there’s no need to have staff spend time transcribing and translating.

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We have the capability, drive and ambition to be the fastest growing translation company within each of our chosen territories and sectors – with a strong, proactive and dedicated team, and a delighted client base.

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Pricing packages available

You can use our services on an adhoc basis or take advantage of one of our contracted offers to suit your business requirements. Enter into a bespoke contract with Global Voices and we will tailor a pricing package that best suits your business requirements:

Pay per minute of dictation for digital audio
Pay per word for copy typing
Pay by the hour for manuscript amendment or reformatting documents
Monthly fee that covers all services
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