Kisling, Nestico, & Redick is an Ohio law firm with a team of dedicated lawyers and employees who want to fight for their clients. They are followed by their popular and catchy slogan that reads “Hurt in a car…call KNR,” as the firm supports clients who have been injured from car accidents. Since their founding in 2005, they have been able to amass an estimated $450 million in settlements from all their cases. They have locations all across the state from information and statistics pertaining to the Newsweek.com article. One of their founding members named Nestico even has his own personal story about why he does what he does after suffering a real life-threatening situation where he was involved in a deadly car crash. The driver of the vehicle had been killed as a result, but Nestico lived, although he suffered massive injuries to his bones, face, and arms. After witnessing such a horrific event he vowed to help others in the same situation. The worst part of it all is that because his parents were Italian and didn’t understand English well, they were cheated by the corporation fighting for Nestico and the driver who hit them ran a stop sign causing the crash in the first place. Nestico learned the sad truth that these companies will be out to only benefit themselves. Kisling, Nestico, & Redick are well-known for passionately helping people with their knowledge of insurance companies, as many in the brand used to work for them in the past. So the employees know exactly how they think and could take advantage of clients. Some members of the law firm, along with Nestico have even been recognized as top lawyers in Ohio by the National Trial Lawyers Association. Kisling, Nestico, & Redick have even been able to make an impact in the community. For example, in one case they persuaded a trucking company to be stricter with their hiring process to avoid further accidents on the road after a couple was unfortunately killed. The firm also is involved in giveaways on their social media pages, donates money to organizations and charities, and lastly raises money for food banks.