We need a translator in <Los Angeles, Chicago>
By Camille Bouvet, Lingolet Intern
Have you ever try to find a certified interpreter in your hometown?
Our first reflex is to search the web and click on the first link in an urgent situation.
However, this does not always guarantee the quality, accuracy, and confidentiality of the translation.
Why not? Most online translators are free, which means that they do not protect the data and have the right to reuse your research. The translations are fast but not efficient; there may be errors in the translations, which a certified translator would not make.
So, how to find a certified interpreter in my town quickly?
With Lingolet, no more worries! You can contact certified interpreters directly through your phone, tablet, or computer. With the Lingolet app, you can call certified interpreters via video or audio call in less than 30 seconds!
You can also send your written documents to an accredited translators. Lingolet is the perfect translation tool at your fingertips.
Learn more about medical translation:
Why are medical translation errors unacceptable, and how can they be avoided
Is there a difference in medical language between Quebec French and French from France?