Akron, Ohio, is home to the headquarters of one of this state’s most prestigious law firms, Kisling, Nestico & Redick. This is a personal injury law firm that helps the victims of a car accident, medical malpractice, nursing home mishaps, slipping and falling at a business location, and other acts of negligence.
They have represented many accident victims. People have come to Kisling, Nestico & Redick who have lost a limb, have spinal cord injury, burns, brain damage, and other serious injuries. They have 11 locations with more than 30 attorneys ready to represent accident victims. Altogether this law practice has over 500 years of experience in the legal field.
One of the advantages that Kisling, Nestico & Redick has is that many of their attorneys once worked for an insurance firm. This means they know what tactics and tricks these companies will pull in order to pay out as little as possible on a claim. They are also familiar with the different jurisdictions in Ohio and each of their peculiarities and ways of doing things.
Regardless of the size of the lawsuit they provide compassionate and personalized attention to every person that hires them to handle their legal case. Kisling, Nestico & Redick is highly respected in the legal industry and has won many awards for being among the best lawyers in Ohio when it comes to personal injury cases. One organization they are a member of is Million Dollar Advocates Forum. This exclusive organization has strict qualifications for who they will accept and will only allow lawyers who have won multi-million dollar or million dollar settlement to join.
The attorneys and staff of Kisling, Nestico & Redick are very active in their communities. They support many causes that help children and low-income families. They have supported food banks in a number of ways, for instance, such as annually sending a team to the Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump. Each year they support the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank by having employees jump in a very cold lake to raise money for this nonprofit. Cumulatively they have raised over $109,000 for this cause.