From multi-media advertising translations to training manuals for use when training non-English speaking staff, ALC provides culturally-sensitive, accurate translations. We also can provide court certified interpreters for your legal needs as well as assist in communicating appropriate medical terminology for doctors and patients. Our broad linguistic expertise applies to the fields of advertising, law, medicine and employee training in order to break down any cultural barriers and communicate effectively to your target audience.
ALC can elevate the professional presentation of your company’s expansion by producing corporate DVD’s in multiple languages.
In addition to customized document translation, ALC can also provide a translator for on–site personnel training, to ensure that your employees get the right message, the first time.
Our translators and interpreters possess the ability to translate any legal document(s) from any language to English and from English to any language for either presentation in court, or simply to ensure that your clients can clearly understand their rights.
Ensuring that your patients are well informed concerning their medical situation increases the likelihood that they will consent to life-saving medical procedures that they might otherwise ignore.
ALC is also able to translate email correspondence and voice mail messages. We guarantee a quick turn-around time.
Language Barrier Affecting Health Care
Proper Medical Care May Be Hampered by Lack of Qualified Interpreters
“Some 50 million people living in the U.S. speak languages other than English in their homes, and 22 million speak only limited English.” “The emergency workers didn’t speak Spanish so they assumed she was saying he was intoxicated. But the word also means “sick in the stomach” in Spanish.
“It took 48 hours for hospital workers to do a CT scan,” Flores says. “It turned out that he had large blood clots in his brain probably resulting from a ruptured artery.”
The boy ended up losing the use of both arms and legs as a result of the treatment delay. He sued the hospital, which settled out of court for $71 million”