The Ohio law firm of Kisling, Nestico & Redick provides experienced representation to clients who have suffered vehicular, work injuries and serious personal injuries. The firm’s dedication to adequately representing those injured by motor vehicles began partly from the personal experience of the firm’s founder, Rob Nestico. At age 15, Nestico suffered severe injuries from an automobile accident caused by a negligent driver. While he was hospitalized, the insurance company took advantage of his immigrant parents’ inability to communicate in English. Today, Nestico employs people who once worked for insurance companies, thus enabling the firm to know what tactics these companies may use to avoid payments.
Located in Ohio, Kisling, Nestico & Redick now does more than help their clients; it seeks to help communities. Because the aftermath of tragic accidents can be devastating and permanently alter the lives of families, the law firm has created specific initiatives. One of these is KNR Cares About Kids that educates young people about the dangers of not wearing helmets while riding a bicycle and informs teens of the dangers of texting while driving.
Kisling, Nestico & Redick also gives back to communities, fighting hunger and deprivation on a local level. The firm purchases bags of food for school children, and it raises money for the food pantry upon which many parents and children depend. Kisling, Nestico & Redick takes the disadvantaged youth on trips for school supplies. It also arranges for needy children to go on shopping trips for new clothes and shoes. Then they will not be embarrassed by having to attend school with used and worn clothing.
On these trips, a representative of the law firm accompanies the children and personally buys the items, ensuring that everything goes directly to those in need. With such direct charitable interventions, the firm exemplifies true charity and good business citizenship. In another example of safety concern and altruism, Kisling, Nestico & Redick donated children’s bicycle helmets at a YMCA Child Development Center. Further, to save teens from injury, Kisling, Nestico & Redick offers its Stop Distracted Driving Scholarship to a high school student who originates the best proposal for reducing inattentive driving in teens.