Jason Knapp is a member of the American Translator Association, International Medical Interpreter Association, Kentucky Interpreter and Translator Association and National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators. He is certified by the States of Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio for work in court and legal settings. He is also certified by the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters for work in medical and healthcare settings.
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Why Choose Us
As a certified Spanish court and medical interpreter, Jason possesses an educated, native-like mastery of both English and Spanish; displays a wide general knowledge, characteristic of what a graduate degree at a university would provide; and performs the three major types, or “modes,” interpreting: sight translation, consecutive interpreting, and simultaneous interpreting.
In police work, improper communication of an individual’s rights can result in reversal of sentences. In courts. innocent people have been convicted and guilty parties set free due to incompetent interpreting.
Interpreting reduces costs by improving doctor-patient communication. Using untrained relatives or staff can have catastrophic consequences.
Interpreting benefits your bottom line by bringing everyone on board. Relying on well-meaning but untrained volunteers or staff is a huge waste of human and financial resources.