Ronald E. Stump began his legal career in Florida as an Assistant State Attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit in March 2004. For the next four years, he successfully prosecuted hundreds of DUI, theft, drug and violent crime cases. In 2008, he began working at a civil litigation firm, where he defended insurance companies in a variety of cases involving automobile and commercial vehicle negligence, personal injury, premises liability, negligent security, and wrongful death cases in county, state, and federal courts. Ron’s years of representing insurance companies gave him a strong insight into the inner workings and defense strategies of these large corporations, further strengthening his negotiation and litigation skills.
In 2013, Ron left the field of insurance defense and began practicing at law firms that represented people who had been injured by the negligence of others. For the last five years, Ron has represented hundreds of clients who have been injured in auto and trucking accidents, and has worked hard to ensure they get the compensation they deserve. Ron joined Kisling, Nestico & Redick in 2018.
In 1995, Ron joined the Army National Guard as an enlisted soldier and attended Officer Candidate School while assigned to the 5/19th Special Forces Group. In March 2005, his unit was mobilized in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and he served a tour of duty with the Florida Army National Guard’s 53rd Infantry Brigade as an infantry officer in Afghanistan.
In his spare time, Ron enjoys hiking, scuba diving, sailing, and horseback riding. He also enjoys watching football, especially when the Miami Dolphins or Syracuse are playing.
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Denver, Colorado, J.D. – 2000
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, B.A. – 1993