Translation Services are Offered at Comp-X

These days, the world seems to be getting smaller and smaller. Traveling aboard is popular and easier than ever. When you travel overseas, the similarities between cultures is amplified by the fact that most people speak some English, and your inability to speak their language (whether that’s French, Spanish, Italian, or any other language) doesn’t seem like that big of a deal. Of course, it always helps to know just enough to get by so that you aren’t an easy target.

But life has a funny way of going wrong just when things seem to be perfect, like when a crisis happens and you’re far away from home. The world suddenly seems very big and you realize just how easy it is to get lost when you have a language stopping the flow of communication. Simply trying to say that you have an allergy or that this person should be contacted, not this person is a trial and mostly an exercise in futility. But no one likes to think about worst-case scenarios when they’re planning a vacation.

Consider this: you are traveling. Not far, just across the border into, say Canada or Mexico. It’s amazing how just being a thousand miles from home can make such a difference.

But you’re in Mexico, for example, and something happens. You’re injured or become ill, or, the absolute worst-case scenario, someone you know and love dies while you’re aboard. You find yourself spending more time in foreign hospitals than on the beach. You’re trying desperately to remember high school Spanish classes and trying to keep up with the doctors and nurses as they give you updates. You need to get home. You need your doctors, your records, and the rest of your support system to get through this. But you also need to fill out all this paperwork that comes with getting back across the border. You have to fill out transportation and immigration forms. All these legal papers with enough turns of phrases to make your head spin. So you need to add “lawyer” to the growing list of things you need.

You’re not sure what to do. You don’t want to sign something you don’t understand and find yourself in a jam later. You can’t afford to NOT sign the papers they keep handing you, but you don’t understand…

So you call your doctor at home and he suggests you hire a translation service to help with the reading and signing of all the documentation to get back home. Translation services for medical purposes are most likely to be covered under insurance. And even if they aren’t, isn’t it worth your piece of mind to know just what you’re signing to get back into America.

Comp-X is proud to tell you that we have the solution to your problem. We now offer translation services for patients aboard who need help reading the paperwork and communicating with officials. We recently partnered with a leading company in language and translation services. Both companies remain independent, but we share our expertise and our experience. We work together to make your life easier.

The professional linguists have years of experience in translating and interpreting medical reports and other legal documents that come up when patients and clients are aboard. They provide services in over 150 languages and dialects. We do all the heavy lifting, so that you don’t have to add something else to your growing list. The translation services are available via the telephone or onsite.

We understand that life throws surprises our way very often and we are fully prepared to help you in any way that we can. To request a translator, all you have to do is call Comp-X or check out our website. We will process your request and put you in touch with the people who can help you.

Comp-X has telephone operators standing by 24/7 to take your call. We are happy to answer each and every question you may have. We’ll take all your information and put you in touch with the translation service so that you can get started right away. Don’t stress about paperwork when tragedy strikes. Call Comp-X to learn more about our translation services and how they can help you when you travel aboard.