Kisling Nestico & Redick is one of Ohio’s top law firms. Boasting over 100 employees in just its 14th year of operation, Kisling Nestico & Redick currently maintains operations in 11 cities throughout the Buckeye State. Although the law firm is most widely known for its stellar track record in representing people who have suffered personal injuries at the demise of a negligent individual or another type of entity, such as a business, the firm has been quite active in various philanthropic endeavors since it was incorporated as a partnership by Rob Nestico, Gary Kisling, and Robert Redick in 2005.
The Polar Plunge Is Participated in by Many Employees Each Year
Ohio is home to the Portage Lakes State Park, a common destination of fishers, hikers, campers, and other outdoorsmen located in Northeast Ohio. Portage Lakes State Park also happens to be the location of the Annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump, the 16th of which took place earlier this year, on Feb. 23, 2019. Over 750 people from Ohio and even several nearby states, as a matter of fact, participated in the 15th Annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump in 2018. This year, Kisling Nestico & Redick – without any outside help – met its goal of raising $25,000 in pledges, all of which went to the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank.
KNR Cares About Kids Explained
For several years in a row, Kisling Nestico & Redick has fought childhood hunger and their deprivation of other necessary resources such as clothing and sufficient shelter through their very own, self-run KNR Cares About Kids campaign. This consists of employees of the state-wide personal injury law firm going on shopping sprees for tons of food to satisfy children’s basic needs, as well as taking them on fun shopping trips, including raising money for several local food pantries in the cities where KNR has field offices.