Hal talks with a professional PI and process server in Chicagoland about best practices for running a process serving business.
In this special edition September webinar, Hal talked with Jacob Osojnak — an Illinois and Michigan private investigator, process server, and owner of Great Lakes Professional Investigations, LLC — about how to survive and thrive as a self-employed process server.
If you’ve ever wanted to get into this line of work and would like to learn more, stay tuned. This webinar will be just one part of a course Jacob is writing for PI Education about the A to Z of process service, including getting started in the business; organizing workflow and billing; working with attorneys; preparing for and mapping the serve; staying safe and ethical when making the serve; legal issues, E & O insurance, and expectation of privacy; dealing with confrontations and people who avoid service; and the big-picture benefits of life as an independent professional and business owner.
Watch our social media feeds for an announcement about when Jacob’s course is scheduled to drop! Expect it around the beginning of 2021.
Meanwhile, see Jacob’s recent PursuitMag articles about process serving: