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Rob Nestico

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3412 W Market St
Fairlawn, OH 44333-3308
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330-869-9007
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Description of Practice

In 2005, Rob Nestico became a founding partner of Kisling, Nestico & Redick. KNR has since grown from three to 26 lawyers, five to over 100 support staff, and have offices all throughout the state of Ohio. Kisling, Nestico & Redick provides sophisticated injury law representation to clients throughout Ohio. Our firm has gained a reputation as one of the state’s leading personal injury firms due to the personal service, inside knowledge of the insurance industry, and extensive legal experience that we bring to every case.

Professional Background

Plaintiff Personal Injury Law Firm, Attorney, 2000 – 2005 Reminger & Reminger (Insurance Defense), Attorney, 1999 – 2000 Gallagher, Sharp, Fulton & Norman (Insurance Defense), Attorney, 1999 Federal District Court for the Northern District of Ohio for Judge Dan Polster, Intern, 1998 Summit County Judicial Internship for Judge Patricia Cosgrove, Judicial Intern, 1998

Degrees

Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Huntington, New York, J.D. cum laude – 1999 York University, B.A. – 1992 – Major: Specialized Honors in Political Science York University, B.A. – 1990 – Major: Political Science

Other Information

Areas of Practice

  • Automotive
  • Aviation
  • Insurance
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home
  • Personal Injury

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Mediating Lawyer
  • Arbitrator
  • Collaborative Professional
  • Facilitator
  • Online Mediator
  • Online Arbitrator




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