Kisling, Nestico & Redick is a top-tier law firm that provides legal services to clients involved in personal injury and wrongful death cases. KNR is renowned for its community outreach programs in and around the state of Ohio.
The law firm started in 2005 by three attorneys; Rob Nestico, Robert Redick, and Gary Kisling. Back then, the lawyers were could only afford to hire three paralegals. Fast forward to 2019 and the firm has grown massively to employ close to 30 attorneys, 100 support staff. Kisling, Nestico & Redick has offices in 11 different locations throughout the state of Ohio.
This law firm stands out for having passionate and genuinely dedicated personal injury lawyers on their payroll. These qualified attorneys are responsible for multi-million dollar settlements for their esteemed clientele.
In a deliberate attempt to reduce the incidences of road carnage on Ohio roads, KNR set up the “Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship.”
This scholarship ties in with the firm’s objective of combatting distracted driving. The winners of the Scholarship get to walk away with a whopping $5,000 to be used as tuition for higher learning purposes.
Here are the prerequisites for one to qualify for the Don’t Drink and Drive Scholarship
• One must be a US citizen
• The applicant must be a continuing student in an American accredited college
• The contender must have a GPA of 3.0 and above
• The applicants must be persons of good character
The winners are the ones who develop a smart plan to dissuade drivers from getting distracted while on the roads. Applications must be forwarded before the 31st of March.
In line with their charity and goodwill to the less fortunate in Ohio, Kisling Nestico & Redick recently took 12 children on a shopping spree. The kids were to pick all the clothes they wanted just in time for the incoming summer season. The total shopping spree amounted to $3,000. KNR always have similar charity events lined because they care for kids.
KNR has been donating finances to provide lunch for needy kids in Parma City Schools. Recently, Kisling Nestico & Redick dished out $1,200 worth of food supplies to students from the Greenbriar Middle School.