Kisling Nestico & Redick is an Ohio based law firm that operates in a unique style. The attorneys spend most of their days in the corridors of justice or the offices perusing the clients’ files. Additionally, they find time to engage the community through various philanthropic activities. Their heart of helping the community is out of this world. The Southwestern Ohio community can’t regret having the personal injury law company in their neighborhood.
Some of the programs that Kisling Nestico & Redick manage include providing lunch to local schools and the Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship. Recently, the firm engaged the Big Boys, Big Girls program. During the activity, some deserving children accompanied by their big sister or brother enjoyed shopping sprees for clothing, school items, and other necessities. The 12 kids selected from the program enjoyed their shopping at the Meijer Shopping center that cost the KNR Cares for Kids’ program more than $3,000 on Thursday, May 23rd, 2019.
According to Kisling Nestico & Redick, such philanthropic activities would continue monthly through the year. SCCS, Summit County Child Services program opened the year through the company’s support by providing children with personal care items. Besides Ohio, the company supports the community in other areas including Toledo, Akron, and Columbus together with eight other American States. The law firm decided to give back to the community because of the trust they have for their legal services.
Kisling Nestico & Redick is the brainchild of Gary Kisling, Robert Redick, and Rob Nestico. The three professionals opened the first office in 2005. The company today operates in over ten offices under the service of over 100 staff members and more than 30 professional lawyers. Kisling Nestico & Redick has a record of recovering millions of dollars in compensation on behalf of the clients. The expertise in recovering money from dubious insurance firms has helped KNR win a reputation in Ohio over the years.
Some of the employees are former insurance workers, and they know the tricks used by the insurance companies to manipulate such cases. Besides, Rob Nestico, one of the founders, is a victim of insurance malpractice. He had an accident at a tender age and the insurance took advantage because his Italian parents couldn’t understand English. He doesn’t like the company’s clients pass through the same ordeal.