Seth Usifo Nwosu, MLS, CP, is a first-generation, self-incorporated legal consultant, who, together with his wife, Dr. Cambria J. Nwosu, DNP, RN, formed Seth Usifo Nwosu Incorporated (SUN INC), to offer affordable non-attorney legal services, litigation support and legal nurse consultant services to individuals, businesses, attorneys and government agencies throughout the United States and abroad where permitted under state, federal and international law.
Founded in March 2008, Seth Usifo Nwosu coined the acronym SUN INC as an ode to his first, middle and last name, and his African heritage. 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.
Q: What are you reading?
A: Since the world is so chaotic and what I do on daily basis is so serious I try to do a lot of leisure reading so I love fashion magazines as well as nonfiction or fiction novels. The one I’m reading at the moment is “Will,” which is the memoir of Will Smith.
Q: What is your favorite restaurant or place to take clients?
A: Over the years, my wife and I have had many memorable dining experiences in Las Vegas. The global pandemic has caused us to order takeout and delivery more frequently than we would normally. Hash House A Go Go is one of our favorite restaurants that we enjoy dining in as a family with our son, Jr.
Q: How do you decompress after a long week?
A: I’m a sucker for a spa day so anything that’s entitled to a massage or a facial I am all for it. Also, love to spend quality family time with our 5-year-old son whether it is going on an outing or just leisurely going to the park for some outside time.
Q: What do you do to workout?
A: My go-to workout at the moment is indoor power walking, you have no idea by just using the small space in your house and you can burn so many calories and it’s good for your heart. YouTube has great videos on this.
Q: What is the biggest challenge facing Southern Nevada?
A: My wife and I believe that, as a result of the global pandemic, many Nevadans 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. In consideration of all of the events experienced over the last couple of years, we believe that Nevadans have already begun to re-emerge stronger, hopeful and more informed than before.