In a recent article we take a closer look at the successful law firm. The article begins by describing Kisling Nestico & Redick as one of Ohio’s largest and fastest-growing law firms. It then states that the law firm has grown substantially by employing “30 attorneys and over 100 support staff” to their team of professionals.

Rated A+ by the United States Better Business Bureau, Kisling Nestico & Redick is a law firm that specializes in personal injury cases. Based in Ohio, the law firm also offers consulting services concerning business litigation and class action lawsuits. Kisling Nestico & Redick was founded in 2005 and currently has over ten office locations throughout the state.

The article then moves forward to talk about the law firm’s origins. It says that Kisling Nestico & Redick began with Rob Nestico, rather a personal experience that happened to one of the Founding Partners of the firm. It says that during his teen years, Mr. Nestico experienced a vehicular accident as a passenger in one of the vehicles involved that resulted in a fatal crash.

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The young Rob Nestico “suffered severe injuries.” The article continues and details the injuries that caused several months of recovery at the hospital. It adds that during that time he was recovering, his parents were immigrants who did not speak English. Because of this, the insurance corporation “took full advantage” of this knowledge during claim settlement. With such experience, Mr. Nestico decided he would fight battles against large insurance companies on behalf of families that have experienced similar situations as he did.

Next, the article talks about the law firm’s “secret weapon.” It says that Kisling Nestico & Redick prides itself in having employed professionals who have prior experience working in the insurance industry, thus giving them an advantage. The article continues and includes coverage on the law firm’s achievements.

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