The Summation Weekly March 23, 2022

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The Summation Weekly




March 23, 2022

GLOBAL CHANGE AGENT TEAMS UP WITH HIS LEGAL NURSE CONSULTANT WIFE TO OFFER AFFORDABLE LEGAL SERVICES Everyone, at some point in their life, will need legal services of one sort or another. Divorces, wills, probate, evictions, lawsuits, criminal defense, the list goes on. Not everyone can afford these services when the need arises though, and this can lead to catastrophic results. Enter MLS, CP, Legal Consultant Seth Usifo Nwosu, who, together with his wife, Dr. Cambria J. Nwosu, DNP, RN, formed Seth Usifo Nwosu Incorporated (SUN INC), to offer affordable legal services and Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) services to those for whom attorneys or thorough medical record interpretation is out of reach. The couple, who have successfully operated under SUN INC in New Jersey and Arizona, have recently expanded their service area to include California, Florida, and Nevada. The pandemic has left the world reeling financially in both the personal and business sectors. Americans are increasingly struggling to put food on the table while businesses grapple with staffing shortages and mass resignations. This has created both an ever-growing need for affordable solutions and an expanding outsourcing market for entrepreneurs like the Nwosu’s. Founded in March 2008, Mr. Nwosu coined the acronym SUN INC as an ode to his first, middle, and last name, and his African heritage. Over the years, SUN INC has morphed into a tech-based legal service corporation by providing access to high-quality, affordable legal services remotely, without face-to-face contact with its clients. SUN INC’s virtual legal service business model allowed them to remain open and expand operations throughout the pandemic, avoiding COVID-19 restrictions while maintaining operability. Mr. Nwosu is a first-generation, selfincorporated Legal Consultant, and recent graduate from ASU Law’s Master of Legal Studies program. As a graduate student at ASU Law, Mr. Nwosu was also granted the opportunity to study international law abroad at Monash University in Prato, Italy. As a result of his attendance at Monash, he was invited to serve as an Independent Researcher at UNIDROIT International Institute for the Unification of Private Law in Rome, Italy. Before SUN INC, Mr. Nwosu worked as a law clerk for judges and paralegal

for various law offices in the public and private sectors. From legal aid, public defender, state attorney general, department of administration, consumer protection, to the superior court, Mr. Nwosu has an abundance of experience in a variety of different legal specialties. But one of the commonalities amongst all the law offices Mr. Nwosu has worked for is the overall lack of access to quality and affordable legal services. As a result of the global pandemic, many people have begun to reassess their self-value, whether their personal/economic/health and wellness goals are being met and whether their reason for being is being fulfilled. As a Certified Paralegal and Legal Document Preparer (Legal Document Assistant - California), Mr. Nwosu is trained in a variety of core legal specialties including contracts, torts, property, and criminal law. This level of expertise uniquely qualifies him to assist in the areas of legal research, legal writing, and litigation support services to individuals, businesses, attorneys, and government agencies throughout the United States and abroad, where permitted under state, federal and international law. Mr. Nwosu is not an attorney and therefore cannot give legal advice nor represent individuals or entities in court. Mr. Nwosu and SUN INC are authorized to enter non-attorney appearances (to advise and make administrative court appearances in administrative law proceedings) on the behalf of self-represented individuals and entities before administrative agencies involving legal matters such as Procurement Bid Protests, Unemployment Appeals, ACA Marketplace Appeals, SSA Appeals, and EEOC Complaints, amongst other administrative agency matters, throughout the United States were permitted under state and federal law. Mr. Nwosu was recently given the opportunity to share some tips and reflections on studying international law abroad by the American Bar Association (ABA). This feature article follows the ABA Section of Litigation/Judicial Intern Opportunity Program’s (JIOP) first feature article on Mr. Nwosu as a first-generation, self-incorporated Legal Consultant, “Five Alternative

ESCAMBIA COUNTY BREAKS GROUND ON INFILL AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT A new affordable housing project is coming soon to Escambia County. On Monday, March 21, Escambia County broke ground on the Infill Affordable Housing Project, an initiative developed in partnership with Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and Northwest Florida Community Housing Development Corporation (NFCHDO). A total of four houses will be developed for the project, located at 1021 N Gonzalez St.; 1015 N “G” St.; 1021 “G” St.; and 1100 W Gonzalez St. in Downtown Pensacola. The Infill Affordable Housing Project intends to provide access for lowincome households to secure housing that is decent, safe and affordable. In addition, the project will stabilize neighborhoods in the county by providing quality infill housing. Escambia County District 3 Commissioner Lumon May, whose district encompasses the site of the project, says this will address the need for more affordable housing in the county. “The greatest investment we can make in our community is in human capital,” says May. “Everyone should have access to safe and affordable housing. This is a stepping-stone to provide opportunities for members of our community to achieve their dreams of homeownership.

I’m grateful to the work our county staff has done with Habitat for Humanity and the Northwest Florida Community Housing Development Corporation to make homeownership accessible to everyone.” Homeowners interested in applying for infill affordable housing can visit NFCHDO’s website to see if they qualify. The portal will open for applications on April 6 and all applications must be received by May 2. Applicants will be notified by May 13. In order to be eligible for housing through the project, potential homeowners must be at least 18 years old and have lived or worked in Escambia County for at least one year. Homeowners must also have at least six months of current employment and at least two years at any part-time job. An affordable housing workshop for homebuyers will take place Saturday, April 2 at 9 a.m. at the Brownsville Community Center, located at 3200 W. Desoto St. The workshop is free and open to members of the public who want to learn more about the homebuying process. For more information about the project, please contact Clara Long, Director of Neighborhood and Human Services, at 850-595-3596.

Legal Careers Beyond Courtrooms and Conventional Clients.” He recently appeared with his wife Dr. Nwosu on “Arizona Midday” (NBC12 – Arizona) and “Sonoran Living” (ABC15 – Arizona) to discuss their legal service offerings. Dr. Nwosu and her husband appeared on the podcast “Winning on Main Street” (Thryv, Inc.) discussing the accessibility of justice through affordable high-quality legal services. The partnership with his wife, Dr. Cambria J. Nwosu, DNP, RN, has expanded SUN INC’s legal service offerings with Dr. Nwosu’s Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) Services. Dr. Nwosu is a first-generation Legal Nurse Consultant. Dr. Nwosu began her career in medicine as a Biology/Pre-Medicine student at Rutgers University (Camden). Nursing became her calling after realizing that it’s not enough to just exist in this world and not help others. After graduation, instead of medical school, she decided to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse by attending Essex County College (ECC) in Newark, New Jersey. As a nursing student, Dr. Nwosu had the opportunity to attend clinicals and externships at East Orange General Hospital, The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), and Newark Beth Israel Hospital (NBIH), amongst other externships. As a nursing student at ECC, Dr. Nwosu worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in short and long-term rehabilitative facilities and nursing homes. As a result of her externship at NBIH, Dr. Nwosu was offered the opportunity to work as an Adult/Pediatric Operating Room Nurse at NBIH after graduation from ECC. In 2012, Dr. Nwosu relocated to Arizona with her husband and continued working as an Operating Room Nurse at John C. Lincoln Hospital (Honor Health) in the specialties of Neuro/Spine/Trauma/Urology/Orthopedic/Gynecology/Plastic/General/Podiatry surgeries. By and through her surgical Operating Room experiences, amongst other post-graduate experiences, Dr. Nwosu transitioned into the role of a hospital administrator as a Neurosurgery RN Navigator and Stroke Coordinator at Abrazo Central Campus. As a result of her work at Abrazo, Dr. Nwosu

was granted the opportunity to work as a Nurse Executive for a national telemedicine company. As the holder of a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Drexel University and Certified as an Operating Room Nurse (CNOR) and Surgical Services Manager (CSSM), Dr. Nwosu offers her services to attorneys/law firms, insurance companies, business & industry legal departments, forensic environments, healthcare facilities, and government agencies. Dr. Nwosu’s services include case analysis, defense medical examinations, personal injury medical record interpretation, medical malpractice, toxic tort law, complex litigation, workers’ compensation, long-term care litigation/elder law, risk management, forensic/criminal law, civil rights, employment discrimination, deposition, and trial prep. As a recent graduate of Chamberlain University, Dr. Nwosu earned the legal right to practice as a Doctor of Nursing Practice. Dr. Nwosu’s DNP status expands her scope of practice far beyond that of a Registered Nurse (RN). As a licensed, insured and bonded RN in Arizona as recognized under the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), Dr. Nwosu has the legal right to practice as a registered nurse throughout the United States and abroad, where permitted under state, federal and international law. “As an operating room nurse, nurse educator, stroke coordinator, nurse leader, and now a healthcare executive, my experiences can provide great depth on why my consulting services can prove vital to a young attorney, law firm, or business where a medical expert is needed.” “SUN INC was created as a result of the marketplace’s lack of access to quality and affordable legal services.” The Nwosu’s explain. “SUN INC is not legal aid, nor is it an attorney law firm. SUN INC exists as an alternative between legal aid and private legal counsel servicing those that cannot afford an attorney and those that do not financially qualify for legal aid.” Legal Document Assistant # 2021178067 (Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, California) Document Preparation Service # NVDP20216254947 (Nevada Secretary of State)

The Wildly Popular Christopher’s Concerts are back for 2022!

St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church offers 8 FREE outdoor concerts April 21-June 9. The public is invited to bring lawnshairs and beverage of choice. Food trucks will be on hand. All are invited to sit, sing, dance and dream while enjoying the music from 6-8 pm: April 21 - Cross Town April 28 - Bay Bridge May 5 - Reunion Band May 12 - Mirage May 19 - The Blenders May 26 - NOBIUS June 2 - John Hart June 9 - Not Quite Fab

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