Kisling, Nestico and Redick (KNR) is a full-service law firm based in Ohio with its headquarters in Great Lakes, Midwestern US. It was founded in the year 2005 by three attorneys namely Gary Kisling, Rob Nestico and Robert Redick and currently containing about 101-250 employees. This firm provides sophisticated injury law representation to clients in Ohio. KNR has grown from three lawyers to more than 30 and currently contains 11 locations throughout Ohio.
KNR is built from Rob Nestico’s personal experience when he was only 15 years old. Mr. Vestico boarded a vehicle which was later on hit by a careless driver when he failed to stop at a stop sign, this led to the driver’s demise. Rob sustained several injuries which led him to spending at least 3 months in the hospital. Through this, Vestico learnt that the insurance companies took advantage of the vulnerable and he therefore devoted himself to fighting such corporations. KNR uses aggressive trial strategies and has the uncanny ability to predict the moves of various insurance companies.
KNR firm is devoted to seeking justice for victims who are injured in accidents. They assist victims to get the appropriate compensation after suffering accidents due to other people’s carelessness. This firm operates under a secret weapon that most of their attorneys and their workers have prior experience with various insurance companies before employment to the law firm. KNR’S impressive results have led to Nestico and other lawyers be named as the top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association and as top 100 lawyers in Ohio.
This excelling firm has also incorporated the art of giving back like weekly giveaways on social media and annual events not forgetting a school supply giveaway and Thanks giving Turkey giveaway. KNR has raised a good amount of cash for charitable organizations and for food banks this has helped the Ohio community in fighting hunger. This law firm’s efforts have not gone unnoticed for seeking out justice for the vulnerable people and adjusting the already existing rules.