Your Source For English-Spanish/Spanish-English Language Services
LenguaPro is your source for English-Spanish/Spanish-English language services.
LenguaPro was founded by Scott Snyder, an attorney bilingual in English and Spanish. As a foreign legal consultant toIusfinder Abogadosin Madrid, Spain, Mr. Snyder used his bilingual and cultural expertise to advise on international legal matters and professional relationships. After returning to the United States, Mr. Snyder encountered the need for professional quality language and consulting services in a variety of settings, and started his own language-service business. Mr. Snyder maintains relationships with business partners and professional colleagues throughout the Spanish-speaking world, and is familiar with several regional dialects.
LenguaPro specializes in providing the highest quality translation, interpretation and other language services in the legal, healthcare administrationand business/financial arenas. Mr. Snyder also gives presentations and seminars to various business groups and organizations tailored to specific needs and industry vocabulary.
Areas of Expertise
LenguaPro regularly provides professional translation, interpretation and other language services in the following areas:
Informational literature and brochures
Patient notices (HIPAA disclosures, rights and responsibilities, claim status, etc.)
Surveys and questionnaires
Here is what some of our valued clients and seminar attendees had to say about their experience with us:
Everything has been first rate Impeccable attention to detail Responsiveness to client deadlines and the high quality cant be replicatedService has been particularly helpful to my medical clinic clients.
Kathy OMeara Wyman,
O'Meara Wyman & Associates - Yakima, WA
He was great! I just wish there had been more timeGood mix of introductory and advanced contentTook the subject much further than I thought it would go.
Seminar attendees, Yakima WA April 2006
Well presentedFills an important needCase studies really helpful.
Seminar attendees, Seattle, WA May 2006