Kisling Nestico & Redick is a renowned law firm based in Ohio and it is dedicated to providing complex injury law services to its clients. It is highly reputed as a leading firm in personal injury representation services, with experience in the insurance sector as well as comprehensive legal experience in each case it handles. It is termed as Ohio’s fastest rising personal injury legal firm boasting of thirty lawyers as well as over 100 supporting staff. This solid team spans through 11 locations across the Ohio State.
The firm was founded in 2005 and has assisted hundreds of clients to get justice. KNR has helped recover more than $450 Million in settlements and case outcomes for most of its clients. The success of the firm has brought many industry changes that have promoted safety on the roads in Ohio State.
Kisling Nestico & Redick law firm recently donated $1,200 to Greenbriar Middle School during the spring break. This amounted to 60 bags that were stuffed with different food items to feed the students during their holiday. This donation is KNR’s year’s campaign known as “KNR Cares about Kids” determined to help kids throughout the state strive to achieve their full potential.
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In a press release by Rob Nestico, KNR Managing Partner, spring is a time for kids to relax, however, some of them are constantly worried about the source of their next meal. As hunger doesn’t go for a spring break, the firm saw the need to provide these essentials to allow kids to have a comfortable spring break.
Kisling Nestico & Redick have also prepared for the 16th Annual Portage Lakes Jump that involves competing to take a leap into the icy cold lake, participating in the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. In this initiative, the firm hopes to raise over $25,000 in 2019 and calling out supporters to join the course. This Polar Bear Jump initiative has been growing every year, a course that began in 2004 with only 70 participants. However, as of last year, there were more than 800 people participating in it to raise charity money to help kids.