Some of the fiercest battles in the legal realm are fought personal injury claims sector. Of late, there has been a rise in the number of corporations and businesses who want to get away with injustice. Luckily, Kisling, Nestico & Redick (KNR) has risen to the occasion to tame these corporations and companies in the state of Ohio. KNR is one of the most prosperous legal firms in this state specializing in the personal injuries claims sector. To this law firm, premise liability, insurance bad faith, work injuries, class actions, nursing home neglect, and traffic or vehicle accidents are a cup of tea.
Kisling, Nestico & Redick has had an excellent track record so far since the law form was launched in 2005. With its headquarters in Akron, Ohio, the firm has ten other offices around the state. KNR has a team of 30 top-notch attorneys who have a lot of experience in the personal injuries sector. This experience includes some years in the insurance sector, and this has always given the law firm an upper hand when it comes to cases dealing with insurance bad faith. All the attorneys at Kisling, Nestico & Redick have a combined experience of more than 400 years. This experience has resulted in the law firm winning over $450 million worth of settlements for its clients. Since 2005, this prosperous law firm based in Ohio has served more than 10,000 clients.
The success of Kisling, Redick & Nestico can be attributed to their winning philosophy. This law firm always aims to provide its clients with legal services that are based upon accuracy, speediness, and transparency. The accuracy, speediness, and transparency of the legal services that this law firm provides has made them earn the trust of their clients leading to its current success.
The winning philosophy of Kisling, Nestico & Redick is also shaped by the personal experience of one of its founders. After a harrowing road accident at the age of 15, the insurance company offered Rob Nestico an unjust, hasty settlement. KNR is today committed to eradicating insurance bad faith and other injustices in the personal injuries claims sector.