Kisling Nestico & Redick is a full-service law firm based in Akron, Ohio. The law firm has specialized its practice in providing sophisticated injury law representation to its clients in this state. As a result of excellence in its practice, the firm has amerced itself the reputation being one of the leading personal injury firms in the state due to its top-notch personal service and expansive knowledge of the insurance industry. In addition to this, Kisling Nestico & Redick boasts of extensive legal experience in personal injury claims that help them provide the best services to its clients.
Apart from providing industry-leading injury legal services, Kisling Nestico & Redick also puts a lot of emphasis in philanthropy. The law firm has been part of numerous charity efforts throughout its existence. Recently this Ohio-based law firm made food donations to students of Greenbriar Middle School. The food donation of $1200 comprised of 60 bags filled with essential food items including bread, fresh fruit, macaroni, peanut butter, cheese and more. The donation aimed to help feed the needy students during their week-long spring break. This donation came as part of the Kisling Nestico & Redick charity campaign KNR Cares About Kids. This campaign has been running for a year, and its primary aim is to help kids throughout the state of Ohio reach their full potential.
Jill Schissler, the Principal of the Greenbriar Middle School, said that the generous food donations would go a long way in positively impacting the lives of needy students. Jill went ahead to state that they were overwhelmed by this generosity which might have come at just the right time for some families. At Greenbriar, almost 50% percent of the students receive reduced-price and free lunches.
This law firm was founded in 2005 with a vision of being the best personal injury law firm in the state of Ohio. Currently, Kisling Nestico & Redick has more than 30 lawyers and 100 support staff in 11 offices around the state. The law firm has helped numerous personal injury victims so far.