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Scott Tamfer

Scott Tamfer is founder, owner, and active chief operations officer of T-Scan Corporation. Since its inception in 2002 is both proud and thankful to see the company grow from a small "mom & pop" to regional powerhouse to national leader in record retrieval.
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August 7, 2018

Record Retrieval: What’s All This Privacy Stuff?

Privacy has always been important to people. It’s why people close their blinds, tint the windows in their car, or shred their mail before disposing of it. However, as technology evolves and continues to reshape the tools used to process, transfer, and store information, the ways in which we need to think about privacy are becoming more complex.

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February 29, 2016

T-Scan’s Move Into the Cloud - Taking Record Retrieval To the Next Level With Microsoft Azure

From Small Plaintiff Firms to large corporations, our users have come to expect great things from our retrieval services. We’ve spent years building up a reputation as a extremely knowledgeable, reliable and expeditious service provider of Record Retrieval services.

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August 20, 2015

You Can Serve: Record Subpoenas for Claim Files


In the July 2015 Edition of Claims Magazine, Fig Gungor published a column "You've Been Served: How to Process Subpoenas for Claims Files" advising claims professionals how to best respond to record subpoenas. 

Using a subpoena to gather records or information is a very powerful process that will demand the attention of the custodian. The piece was full of sound advice, discussed the pros & cons of establishing a formalized system to manage workflow as well as practical steps necessary to comply with the court order.

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July 23, 2015

The Importance of Choosing the Right Litigation Support Vendor to Maximize ROI


The most recent issue of Claims Litigation Management Magazine the article "State of the Union" (Smith, Taylor & Javadizah, Shaheene) featured some great insights regarding the collective claims litigation leadership perspective on vendor selection, both panel law firms & core litigation support providers.

The article highlights some important trends:

  • There is a growing consensus that claims & claims inventories are on the rise.
  • Evidence suggests that the rising inventories in some organizations may be a result of difficulties in the pre-litigation stage.
  • Trends indicate that insurance executives are looking to reduce the size of their outside panel because they feel staff counsel can be more efficient.
  • More companies are reporting taking ownership of the procurement of litigation support services (rather than leave these decisions to staff or panel counsel.)

 Yet.....Costs are still rising? 

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