Kisling Nestico & Redick was founded in 2005 by three lawyers to build a firm rooted in experience and results. They are located in Ohio and service clients who have been involved in auto accidents and medical malpractice or wrongful death. Since being founded in 2005, the law firm has grown with 11 different locations throughout the state, with 100 staff members, and about 30 attorneys to fight for clients.
The staff at Kisling Nestico & Redick fight to achieve winning results on behalf of their clients and make sure that they do not get cheated by insurance companies or due to someone else’s mistakes. According to their site, they also have made a difference in the community of Ohio with safer highways for residents.
According to the statistics, the law firm has assisted over 10,000 clients with 400 years of rooted experience in law. They break down what happens for each client as one attorney and two paralegals will be working with them on their case who, more importantly, want to win and who will be reachable through messages or in person. They prefer this kind of approach and state that this has led to the referral of other business from satisfied members.
One way that Kisling Nestico & Redick is able to achieve winning results for each client is by knowing the in and outs of insurance companies as some staff and attorneys have previously worked with insurance companies before being at the law firm. This means that they are able to predict what they will try to do, whether that be shortchanging clients or cheating them on what they should be compensated.
The lawyers at Kisling Nestico & Redick have been ranked in Top 100 Trial Lawyers of America, Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Ohio Super Lawyers, and others.
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Perry Mandera is a prominent Chicago executive, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Mr. Mandera is the founder of The Custom Companies, Inc., located in Northlake, Illinois and throughout the U.S. The Custom Companies provides varied services in the transportation industry. Custom Companies foundation is to bring dignity to the Chicago community by providing honest full-time work to supply many types of organizations, small businesses, and large corporations with logistical products and services. To aid in offering these transportation dispensations, Custom Companies manages a warehouse and distribution facility for local and international customs.
The Custom Companies, Inc., is just a small entrepreneurial example of Perry Mandera’s successful career in helping his fellow man. Perry Mandera has over 30 years of experience in the transportation industry. He is an active board member of the Illinois Trucking Association where he is working diligently in securing political action against the expensive license plate taxes imposed upon Chicago truck owners. The taxes gravely affect heavy commercial truckers and creates an adverse counterbalance on transportation company owners bottom-line.
As a community leader for the Chicago area, Perry Mandera works with the Illinois State Crime Commission (“ISCC”)and the Police Athletic League to find ways to curb the violence that are prominent in the local Illinois neighborhoods. In addition to following the data on juvenile felonies, drugs, and gang activity, Mr. Mandera addresses these concerns with his company and the ISCC by providing free programs and seeking to change the laws to further control domestic violence, the sex trade, and drug abuse.
The crime-free work methodologies that are being accomplished by Perry Mandera, his corporate partnerships, the law enforcement community, and local neighborhood organizations is being emulated by other communities around the country. Perry Mandera has further married his community endeavors with The Custom Company by founding the Custom Care Charities an organization designed to support and give aid to charities whose mission it is to give back to state-wide communities.
Mr. Mandera has been helping people his whole life. He has donated money, resources, and transportation services to natural disaster victims of Hurricane Katrina, victims from the California wildfires, and the 2013 victims from the devastating tornado of Washington, Illinois.