Kisling, Nestico & Redick, located in Akron, Ohio, is one of the prominent personal injury law firms. It offers legal assistance to victims of accidents who have suffered from loss of limb, back injury, traumatic brain injury, catastrophic injury, burns, spinal cord injury, and internal injury among other chronic injury. The attorneys specialize in medical malpractice, car accidents and wrongful deaths. The law firm has an in-depth knowledge of the insurance company and is well acquainted with various authorities. The lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick have a combined legal experience of over five hundred years. The firm is highly respected in the legal community of Ohio for offering personalized attention and advice to each of their clients.
One of the main goals of Kisling, Nestico & Redick is to expose and eliminate corrupt practices in some of the big insurance companies. The partners have intentionally hired a large number of their lawyers and support staff from the insurance industry. As a result, the law firm has developed an incredible skill to predict the strategies of the insurance companies when they negotiate settlements or face them in court. The KNR team is firmly devoted to client advocacy.
The attorneys at KNR are usually named among the top lawyers in the nation. The National Trial Lawyers Association named Nestico among its Top 100 Trial Lawyers. The law firm is also a member of prestigious organizations such as the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Super Lawyers.
When it comes to giving back to the community, Kisling, Nestico & Redick is usually heavily invested in the Ohio communities. The law firm’s team got involved in the 16th annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump in 2019, February. The event aimed to contribute 30,000 U.S. dollars for the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank. Throughout the years, Kisling, Nestico & Redick has contributed around $109,000 for different local charities. The contribution will cater to approximately 120,000 meals. Kisling, Nestico & Redick also has other events apart from the Polar Bear Jump in their ongoing campaign (KNR Cares About Kids), which involves helping disadvantaged teenagers and children to reach their full potential.