Kisling, Netico & Redick is based in Ohio and is considered to be one largest, fastest law firms in that state that deal with personal injury. People usually know them by their catchy tagline, “Hurt in a car….KNR.”
According to Newsweek, Kisling, Nestico & Redick (KNR) is considered to one of the top law firms in the United States
This law firm has an army of 30 attorneys and about a hundred staff to back them up in 10 law offices in the state of Ohio.
Since being founded in 2005 Kisling Nestico & Redick has made about $450 million from verdicts and settlements.
Rob Nestico, the managing partner of this law firm, is the one that makes sure that this firm stands against the big insurance companies and why he stands firm has to do with what happened when he was younger.
Nestico was 15-years-old when he was involved a car accident. He was the passenger in a car that was hit by a driver who did not stop at stop sign. He was severely injured. His injuries were two broken arms, two broken kneecaps, and a hematoma on top of his head. The doctors had to put a rod in his forearm. The large insurance company ended up taking advantage of his parents because they were Italian immigrants who did not speak English.
At this young age, Nestico learned that the large corporations will not treat people fairly if they feel that they are weak and he partly became a lawyer to make sure that other families would not be taken advantage like his family was.
In the legal community, Kisling Nestico & Redick is known for being steadfast and compassionate for their clients and community. By using aggressive trial strategies, they are able to get winning results for their clients.
Nestico believes that their large settlements and favorable verdicts come from their secret weapon. Their secret is most of this firm’s employees and lawyers used to work for insurance companies. They know what these insurance companies do in the courts and then use their knowledge to beat them.
With their secret weapon and strategies, Kisling Nestico & Redick should continue to be successful and to help people that get hurt.
— KNR (@1800HURTNOW) August 27, 2019