Kisling, Nestico & Redick is a personal injury law firm in Ohio that has the reputation for being very aggressive in fighting on behalf of their clients. The firm was founded by Rob Nestico when he became involved in a serious accident at aged 15 where the other person was acting negligently. That incident in his life inspired him to create a firm that focused on fighting for the victim and helping them get through their recovery. His goal was to stand up against the insurance companies and fight hard for the clients. His mission has attracted other lawyers that have a similar mind about helping others.
Kisling, Nestico & Redick also enjoys doing other philanthropic activities. They work hard to help the less fortunate kids in their own community. They are involved in working to end hunger in the community and buying clothes for children. They have taken underprivileged kids on shopping sprees to get new clothes. They have also been involved in providing bicycle helmets to 500 local children in order to help prevent injuries through bicycles accidents.
As a firm, they took part in the annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump. This activity had more than forty participants and they raised $30,000. The firm raised a total of more than $138,000. They have also been involved in providing a $5000 scholarship to an upcoming college student that is able to come up with a concept for a local campaign directed at teen driving and distractibility.
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Kisling, Nestico & Redick continues to do a lot of the charity, but instead of taking that activity worldwide, all of their activity involves local charity. They feel that charity starts at home.
Kisling, Nestico & Redick provides invaluable assistance when working with its clients. Each client receives the assistance from one lead attorney and two paralegals on their cases. This level of help provides for great attention to detail. They bring a lot of experience to the table and have a very aggressive manner when pursuing their client’s rights. They see a lot of success because of how they handle their cases, and insurance companies know this, and many times will not push for the case to go any further.