Tonya Frys

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Tonya Frys is one of our experienced Orlando court reporters. She takes depositions daily and has experience in many different types of litigation, including, medical malpractice, personal injury, nursing home negligence, Workers’ Compensation, business disputes, family law and many more. In addition to production and court reporting, she is also trained in working video. Working video allows you to obtain a working-quality video at below market prices. It is great for mediations, arbitrations and internal file reviews.

Even though Tonya is based out of our Orlando office, she regularly travels across the state to places like Daytona Beach, Miami, Clearwater, Ft. Meyers and many others. Traveling and meeting new clients is one of Tonya’s favorite parts of the job.

Like all of our court reporters, Tonya takes depositions on a daily basis. While many competing court reporters may only take two or three depositions per week, our standardized production system allows our court reporters to stay in the field every day. In short, court reporters like Tonya spend almost all of their time working directly with attorneys and experiencing the many unique situations that can arise during litigation. Whatever problem or scenario that may arise at your deposition, you can be confident that Tonya has successfully dealt with a similar situation in the past.

Tonya Frys grew up in North Carolina where she went to college at Wake Forest University and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Since graduating, Tonya has worked in New Jersey as an investment analyst with Prudential Financial and started working in the court reporting industry when she moved to Orlando in 2010. As a court reporter, Tonya enjoys meeting new people every day at work and has enjoyed watching Milestone grow. Currently, she is pursuing admission into dental school to obtain a Doctorate of dental medicine degree. In her free time, Tonya enjoys painting, kayaking, and traveling with her husband. Her favorite places to travel have been skiing in Austria and studying abroad in London.