Many drivers undergo various obstruction when driving. Some causes of the distractions include adjusting the music system, talking to a passenger, answering or making a phone call or texting while driving. Some or all of these dangerous driving distractions cause many road accidents. In Ohio, USA, mailing and texting contribute to almost half of the road accidents annually.
KNR, Kisling, Nestico & Redick, a personal injury law firm in Ohio is always at the front row in the fight against road carnage. The company is the brains behind the KNR Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship. Recently, KNR awarded $5,000 scholarship to one of the winners, 18-year-old Elianna Norin from Hudson. Her proposal of persuading the adult drivers not to text while driving stood out among other 400 applicants.
The law firm vowed to stand with the community in fighting the vice at all costs. Besides, Kisling, Nestico & Redick promised to assist the victims and collaborate with the community to find the solution to the problem. The program would run until April 30, 2020. American citizens in high school or college are free to apply.
Additionally, the applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and good character. The applicants must fill the application form and attach the supporting documents. A recommendation letter from a faculty member or a teacher is compulsory and the application received by March 31, 2020. The applicants are free to use video, creativity, or any means to convince people to avoid distractive driving.
KNR, Kisling, Nestico, & Redick opened its first office in 2005 through the collaboration of Gary Kisling, Robert Redick, and Rob Nestico. The company has built its brand, home to 30 lawyers and 100 support members. Besides, it grew its operations to 11 offices across Ohio. The company continues to represent its clients and finds time to give back to the community through different charities.