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Buckeye State’s Kisling, Nestico & Redick – An Example of Community Commitment

In July of 2019 Patch posted an online article “Kisling, Nestico & Redick Continues to Make a Difference in Ohio,” written by Sean Bubb. Bubb’s article highlights the law firm’s KNR cares program.¬†Kisling, Nestico & Redick is the philanthropic, community service arm for the personal injury law firm with offices in eleven Ohio cities.

The article reveals an impressive commitment to community. Before diving into the firm’s community involvement, the article takes a look at founding partner Rob Nestico’s impetus for a career in law. When 15 years old, Nestico was almost killed. A negligent driver nearly took his life. From that moment on Nestico vowed to serve victims of negligence. He also decided to take on the special interests that overlook the best interest of negligence victims. The article points out that Nestico’s law firm has remained committed to his conviction that negligence victims deserve more.

Kisling, Nestico & Redick Lawyers Receive Super Lawyers Status –¬†https://profiles.superlawyers.com/ohio/fairlawn/lawfirm/kisling-nestico-and-redick-llc/a0882cf4-7e9d-4a46-ade0-1c3556b4ca04.html

The law firm’s commitment to Ohio children, beyond its clients, is then detailed. A moving, inspirational video was placed within the online article. The video serves as a snapshot of KNR Cares community outreach efforts. Among those efforts are a recent shopping spree the group organized. The event took 12 deserving Ohio children on a $3,000 shopping trip to a local Meijer store to pick out new clothes and shoes. The children were all part of a local Big Brothers Big Sisters program.

The Patch article shows that the law firm’s KNR Cares program is not a one and done effort. The group participates in charity and community outreach throughout the year. Among the activities that benefit Ohio children is a bike helmet giveaway, scholarships to college and a Polar Bear Plunge to raise funds for the Akron-Canton Food Bank.

Gary Kisling and Robert Redick started the law firm with Rob Nestico in 2005. For the last 14 years the company has won justice for Ohio victims. The law firm has grown from its three original founders to include more than 30 lawyers and nearly 100 support staff that assist in providing the best personal injury law service in The Buckeye State.