Understanding Why Robert Redick Of Kisling Nestico & Redick Retired And Looking Back At His Impact On The Firm

In 2005, a trio of talented lawyers founded Kisling Nestico & Redick, a law firm operating exclusively within the state of Ohio that specializes in personal injuries. One of the firm’s namesakes, Mr. Robert Redick, resigned from his position as one of the only three founding partners to have ever worked for Kisling Nestico & Redick – the other two were Rob Nestico and Gary Kisling, the other two namesakes and co-founders of the Buckeye State’s high-caliber personal injury specialist – just last month, in October 2019. News of Mr. Redick’s retirement first surfaced in September 2019 via an official press release.

Robert Redick isn’t going to work anywhere else, whether that be as a solo-practice attorney, for a law firm, or for an insurance industry competitor. Rather, the relatively young Mr. Redick will be moving from his long-term Ohio home to Florida with his wife Lela, who Robert has been with for just short of three decades. Redick’s reason for doing so is the much better weather that Florida has compared to Ohio. Irrespective of the location, Mr. Redick will now be able to be around Avery, his sole grandchild, and his two children Andy and Alex, who are grown.

Looking back at Mr. Redick’s career

In 2011, just 12 years into his time as a lawyer, Robert Redick was named to the prestigious list of Super Lawyers, which consists of being ranked by peers within the field of law. Shortly after, Robert was also named to the Million- and Multi-Million-Dollar Advocates Forum, the home of attorneys who have won million-plus-dollar cases; less than 1% of American attorneys earn this designation.

About Kisling Nestico & Redick

Kisling Nestico & Redick employs over 30 attorneys and upwards of 100 other employees, the responsibility of whom is to make sure that these three dozen lawyers get their job done as effectively and friction-free as possible. In total, since Kisling Nestico & Redick’s incorporation, the verdicts recovered by Kisling Nestico & Redick are worth upwards of $450 million. Having grown to operate field offices in 11 communities throughout the Buckeye State, most of Ohio’s citizens are familiar with Kisling Nestico & Redick for the firm’s regular engagement in philanthropic activities.

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