Larry Kimmel is the Managing Partner of Kimmel, Carter, Roman, Peltz & O'Neill, P.A., a Delaware personal injury and workers’ compensation law firm. His practice is primarily focused on personal injury, workers’ compensation, and construction law. Mr. Kimmel has several years of experience representing clients throughout Delaware. He was chosen as top 100 trial lawyer in the State of Delaware by the National Trial Lawyers Association for 2013-2014. Chosen top 40 under 40 Delaware trial lawyer by National Trial Lawyers Association for 2012-2014, and Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2012-2014.
Mr. Kimmel has a successful track record of obtaining positive awards for his clients. He knows how to effectively negotiate with insurance companies and works diligently to achieve the best possible outcome in each case. He recently negotiated a $700,000 settlement for one of his clients. The following month, he obtained a $3.3 million settlement in another case. Shortly thereafter, he negotiated a $9 million settlement. If a reasonable negotiated settlement proves impossible, Mr. Kimmel will take your case to trial and follow it through to completion. He is a skilled advocate in the courtroom. Recently, the Superior Court of Delaware, New Castle County granted Mr. Kimmel‘s motion for summary judgment in favor of his clients after an insurer refused to reform his clients’ underinsured motorist policy limits. Mr. Kimmel takes several cases to jury trial each year, and has many impressive jury verdicts.
Kimmel Carter attorneys supported and attended the annual Blue-Gold All-Star Basketball Games, benefiting Best Buddies Delaware, on March 21, 2015. Lawrance Spiller Kimmel and Morton Richard Kimmel help to organize the games every year.
Larry Kimmel received the Delaware State Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Distinguished Service Award on December 11, 2014. Since 1981, the DSBA Young Lawyers’ Distinguished Service Award has been presented annually to a lawyer barred for 10 years or less who has participated in exemplary citizenship, civic, and humanitarian service.
Kimmel Carter has contributed $1,000.00 to the reward for information leading to the arrest of the shooter of Corporal Rick Deskis of the Delaware State Police.