Shredding Services for Law Firms

Almost every company works with some type of information that shouldn't be shared. But at a law firm, the stakes are often higher. Clients are continually sharing very personal and sometimes potentially incriminating information about themselves or information that can leave them financially vulnerable. Once that information is no longer needed, several agencies serve as watchdogs to make sure this information is properly destroyed.

The Benefits of Outsourcing to SoCal Shred

Law Firms have a lot on their plate, and staff is often overworked, especially when a big case turns more complex than your expect. Trying to keep up with required training and various regulations set by the Gramm-Billey Leach Act, the Fair and Accurate Transactions Act of 2003, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as well as the Federal Trade Commission Disposal Rule can all be daunting, not to mention expensive.

Trying to "do it yourself" is like having an extra business to run, and who can afford that?

Thorough and Professional Document Destruction

At SoCal Shred, we take pride in our strong reputation with clients across all business, and we take the added responsibility that comes with working with law firms very seriously.

Our document shredding professionals come to you in full uniform had carry triple A certification from National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) timely reporting and complete visibility. This protects you in the event of an audit, or if the handling of files regarding specific clients comes into question. NAID certification gives you extra security because clients has the ability to receive compliance notifications from NAID so you can be sure we're always on our toes. NAID certified providers have access to educational opportunities through webinars, workshops, conferences and public speaking events to reinforce the importance of maintaining the privacy of all. We are also fully insured and bonded, and are committed to environmental responsibility through our recycling program.. Our process includes

Understanding Compliance Issues

When it comes to the destruction of sensitive documents, it's not only your clients you need to worry about. State and Federal regulations are also put in place regarding the collection and disposal of this data, and are subject to change. A slip in protocol can mean a blow to your firm's reputation, fines, and monetary awards paid to your former clients -- not to mention taking valuable time away from your own practice.

Some regulations and legislation that needs close attention include

At SoCal Shred, we work with your internal chain of custody regarding your policies on document management, while making sure your firm is fully complying with all applicable regulations, especially when you never know when something is going to change. SoCal Shred is committed to keeping up with all the compliance changes, so you don't miss a beat. Our dedication to professional document destruction has earned us high ratings on consumer satisfaction sites such as Angie's List.

SoCal Shred is committed to serving the unique shredding and document destruction needs of law firms. If you are currently using a shredding service, we urge you to check out SoCal Shred's services and we'll offer 60 free days to any law firm that makes the switch to SoCal for their document destruction needs.

If you aren't already using an outsourced shredding company, SoCal allows you to test our services risk free by offering your first shredding purge free of charge, so you can see for yourself our commitment to complete compliance with all confidentiality issues, and absolute destruction of documents. To learn more, contact SoCal Shred today.

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SoCal Shred
Mailing Address:
2461 E. Orangethorpe Ave. Suite 235
Fullerton, CA 92831
(877) 747-3391

This address does NOT accept any drop offs. For a drop off location near you, please view our drop off locations.

Non-Paper media is NOT NAID certified.