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Lawsuit claims KNR firm defrauded clients, took kickbacks—Cleveland.com

AKRON, Ohio – A lawsuit seeking class-action status in Summit County accuses personal-injury law firm Kisling, Nestico and Redick (KNR) of defrauding clients injured in car accidents by receiving kickbacks from chiropractors.

The suit is filed on behalf of former KNR clients Member Williams, Naomi Wright and Matthew Johnson, the complaint in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas. It accuses the law firm—known for its “Hurt in a car…Call KNR!” ads—and owners, Alberto Nestico and Robert Redick, of working with chiropractors who cold-called people “in the wake of painful car accidents when the clients are at their most vulnerable,” offering free transportation to a chiropractic clinic.

Personal-injury law firm KNR accused of deceiving and defrauding its clients with kickback schemes involving chiropractors and loan companies

Internal emails alleged to show Kisling, Nestico, and Redick maintains unlawful kickback relationships ...

RTA, Lakewood woman settle wrongful arrest, excessive force lawsuit—Cleveland.com

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) has paid a $45,000 settlement to ...

RTA pays $45,000 to Lakewood woman assaulted by RTA police officer

Complaint alleged officer arrested and assaulted Plaintiff without probable cause; RTA suspended officer ...

Sports Owners Dip Into the Public’s Purse, Despite Their Billions in the Bank—The New York Times

The day after the end of the NBA finals, I walked into the ...

Jury awards plaintiffs $392,750 in sexual abuse cover-up case involving Chagrin Falls Nanny School—Cleveland Scene

A jury in the case against the English Nanny and Governess school found for the plaintiffs this week, awarding $392,750 plus attorneys’ fees for Christina Cruz and Heidi Kaiser ($150,000 compensatory ...

Cuyahoga County jury awards plaintiffs $392,750, plus attorneys’ fees, in nanny-school sex-abuse cover-up case

CLEVELAND, OH—On June 16, 2015, following a five-week jury trial in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, plaintiffs Christina Cruz and Heidi Kaiser were awarded a combined verdict of $392,750 ...

RTA police arrest of woman recalls excessive force findings against Cleveland police, her attorney says—Cleveland.com

The lawyer for a Lakewood woman who said she was roughed up by an RTA transit officer said her experience appears to track with recent findings that Cleveland police used excessive ...

Canton makes changes at top of Sanitation Department—Canton Repository

Pattakos wants to know that “what happened under Adams’ watch is no longer going to be tolerated,” he said “At this point, we’re confident we’re moving in that direction, but we ...