Kisling Nestico & Redick is a reputable law firm based in Ohio that specializes in personal injury. The firm combines excellent customer service with its lawyers combined experience of over 400 years to help people seek compensation and settlements after accidents. The firm’s stance against Fortune-500 companies is informed by experiences such as that of Rob Nestico, their Managing Partner. Nestico, just like many others, was a victim of a road accident who was not duly compensated by large insurance firms. Kisling Nestico & Redick is committed to stop this abuse and ensure victims are duly compensated and perpetrators if any, held accountable. For KNR, helping people not only in courtrooms but also where help is needed is vital as seen in their numerous philanthropic efforts.
Kisling Nestico & Redick commitment to being a trend-setter was recognized in this years 23rd annual Webby Award. KNR received the prestigious award after beating other competitors in style. The award acknowledges KNR efforts in making its website helpful to visitors and clients. The Awards executive director, Claire Graves, commended KNR’s efforts on its site; hence, its victory from 13,000 top contenders from more than 70 countries. A good, responsive digital marketing by KNR helps clients find services from its expansive team.
Kisling Nestico & Redick company-wide commitment to helping defenseless victims is unparalleled. However, in their quest for helping victims, KNR staff are affected by having to deal with the consequences of tragic incidents. The firm has creatively sought to alleviate the suffering of people by going after the root causes. Programs such as the KNR Cares about Kids Campaign are meant to reduce accidents by promoting awareness of the causes of crashes and actively taking preventive measures. The firm engages in several philanthropic efforts geared towards helping the local disadvantaged children.
Kisling Nestico & Redick sponsors the Stop Distracted Driving competition. The competition seeks to increase awareness for young road users caused by distractions. KNR requires eligible competitors to submit a plan for curbing accidents caused by distractions. The competition is currently ongoing, and the winner will walk away with $5,000 before April 30, 2020. This year’s winner showed the similarities between driving while distracted and driving with a blindfold via a public announcement. Kisling Nestico & Redick intends to continue its war on distracted driving, help victims, and mobilize the community in finding a way to end this menace.