Broken Hearts and Broken Homes
Usually, I spend most of my time working with some of Ohio's top criminal defense and personal injury attorneys.
Like the Fireball ride tragedy at The Ohio State Fair that left one young man dead and seven others badly insured.
An Ohio University fraternity hazing incident that took the life of an 18-year-old Dublin teenager.
And the ongoing case of a mentally-ill man who drove his truck into the lobby of Diley Ridge Medical Center in Canal Winchester, killing two people.
Lately, though, I've been hired to investigate cheating partners and child custody cases.
I know what you're thinking. Here's Sussi snooping around, hiding in the shadows, looking for incriminating evidence to bring back to his clients.
All true. That's what they hire me to do.
However, there's another element to these sort of investigations, a more important element. I'm talking about - the human element. Heart-to-heart conversations with my clients. Empathizing with them. And, at times, giving them a shoulder to cry on.
The human element. It's why I enjoy being a Private Investigator.