Kisling, Nestico & Redick the Personal Injury Attorneys Who Care
With the vision of building the best personal injury law firm in the state of Ohio, Gary Kisling, Rob Nestico, and Robert Redick came together and founded Kisling, Nestico & Redick in 2005. Within a decade Kisling, Nestico & Redick expanded to encompass 11 offices across the state of Ohio with over 30 lawyers and a support staff just under 100 employees and earning the reputation of being one of the top injury law firms that represent their clients with great determination.
The outstanding, hard-working staff of Kisling, Nestico & Redick specialize in providing their clients the best representation in many areas of injury law including vehicle accidents, serious personal and work injuries, dangerous drugs, product and premises liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death and dog bites. The firm has an outstanding website, so good in fact that it received a honoree title in the legal category from the 23rd annual Webby Awards. Less than 20% of the submitted websites receive such an honor.
Kisling, Nestico & Redick is more than just a law firm. The law firm gives back to its communities through its KNR Cares About Kids campaign. They have donated to many charitable causes including ones to assist disadvantaged children. KNR believes that no child should be without the basic necessities of life. The firm has held numerous food drives and even taken kids on shopping sprees!
KNR ensures their charity always ends up in the right hands by being solely involved in the communities in which their offices are located and the staff is always personally involved in the charity activities. KNR even donated bicycle helmets to the YMCA of Greater Toledo for the children attending the YMCA Child Development Center’s summer camp. In addition to everything listed above KNR sponsors a yearly scholarship program. Named the Stop Distracted Driving Scholarship, the $5,000 scholarship is awarded to the student who proposes the best idea to detour distracted driving.
— KNR (@1800HURTNOW) August 2, 2019