Kisling Nestico & Redick is a personal injury law firm based in Cleveland, Ohio. More than just another law firm, they help people out across Ohio through charitable acts and giving. An example of this is taking part in the Annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump. For the past several years, its employees have hopped into a frigid lake to raise money for various causes. This year, they supported the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. Kisling Nestico & Redick raised $25,000, bringing the total amount they have raised by taking part to nearly $109,000. The Portage Lakes Polar Bear Club raised $150,000 this year in total. This is enough money to provide 600,000 meals.
The food is provided through almost 500 food pantries, shelters, hot meal locations, and other programs. To help kids have a successful school year, Kisling Nestico & Redick donated 200 backpacks through five of its locations. Each was willed with school supplies such as pencils and notebooks. Toledo’s managing attorney, Anthony Hall, said his firm’s goal is to help people in the community who have given so much to them. One thing that low-income people don’t get help with is clothing. There are successful government programs that provide food and shelter but none dedicated to clothing.
Kids from low-income families get teased so Kisling Nestico & Redick took a group of kids on a shopping spree at Meijer this year. Kisling Nestico & Redick was established in 2005. It was established to provide accident victims with fair compensation. Gary Kisling and Rob Nestico are still at this law firm while Robert Redick recently retired. Starting with just three lawyers and paralegals, Kisling Nestico & Redick now has 11 locations, nearly 40 attorneys, and 130 support staff. One of its main advantages is having inside knowledge of how companies in the insurance industry operate.