UniCourt Product Release – Easy Access to New York and Indiana Court Records
“Adding Indiana and New York into our court data coverage is a continuation of our push to provide our clients with access to more and more state court records to power their business development efforts and their competitive intelligence needs, to automate and streamline routine case research tasks, and to improve access to justice,” says UniCourt CEO, Josh Blandi.
UniCourt client’s can now access hundreds of state courts across Indiana, including important statewide courts, like the Supreme Court of Indiana, the Court of Appeals of Indiana, and the Indiana Tax Court. In addition to statewide courts, they can also access dockets and documents for trial level courts in 74 of Indiana’s 92 counties. Within these counties, our clients can get real-time updates from all local trial courts, such as Circuit Courts, Superior Courts, Small Claims Courts, Town Courts, and City Courts.
Along with our release of Indiana state courts, UniCourt has also onboarded hundreds of state courts across New York, including trial level courts for 56 of New York’s 62 counties. Within the counties UniCourt has onboarded, we provide access to courts made available online by New York, such as New York Supreme Courts, City Courts, and District Courts in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
As with other available courts in our app, our clients can now begin leveraging their favorite UniCourt features with Indiana and New York courts, such as document downloads, case tracking, automated court searches, and more. Moreover, they can also take advantage our Legal Data APIs to automate data entry and obtain court data in bulk.
We are continuously onboarding new courts into our database, and are excited for the upcoming expansions in our court coverage. In Florida, we are in the final stages of onboarding Polk and Manatee counties, and will be onboarding Brevard, Broward, Seminole, and other counties during the remainder of Q4. We will also begin onboarding South Carolina state courts in November, and hope to make those courts available before the end of the year.