Distracted driving can be deadly; actions such as adjusting the radio, talking to passengers, and texting while driving contribute to distracting driving. All of the accidents that occurred in 2017, approximately 39% were attributed to texting and emailing while driving according to Ohio State Highway Patrol. Kisling Nestico & Redick (KNR) is committed towards road safety by raising awareness ‘Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship.’
In April KNR announced that Elianna Norin had won the $5,000 scholarship after she developed the best proposal to persuade young people to embrace safe driving. Her application stood out among the rest as she had applied creativity in her pursue the safe driving initiative.
According to Norin, it is clear that driving while texting contributes to most of the accidents. Thus there is a need to reach out to young adults and teens who are likely to text while driving. Norin says that with the money she will attend Savannah College of Arts and Designs, where she plans to study graphic design and animation degree to work as a freelancer or work in a studio. The scholarship is part of Kisling Nestico & Redick, giving back to society beyond the courtroom yearly as the organization takes pride in participating in community projects.
Kisling Nestico & Redick takes part in provision of injury law representation to clients in Ohio and has gained popularity as one of the leading personal injury firms in the state. The company boasts of about 30 attorneys and approximately 100 support staff that help in the planning of all the activities in the organization.
Kisling Nestico & Redick is built on personal experience when one of the managing partner Rob Nestico was involved in an accident, and the large insurance companies could not come through for him. The company thus hopes to provide the necessary services to its clients contrary to the unethical practices that are witnessed mostly in large insurance companies.