Attorney Philip Zimmerman is a highly experienced and respected personal injury attorney in Denver, currently serving as of counsel to Larson Larimer Schneider, P.C. In his practice, he strives to provide each and every client with the attentive legal guidance and aggressive representation they need to move forward after a serious accident or injury.
Philip Zimmerman brings a long and illustrious background to his practice of the law, with past experience in bankruptcy, insolvency, business transactions, workouts and restructurings, regulatory and compliance oversight matters, and all aspects of general business litigation. His past experience encompasses both trial and appellate work in state and federal courts in Colorado and throughout the United States.
After earning an undergraduate business degree in finance and economics from Ohio State University, Philip Zimmerman went on to attend law school at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. From 1992 through 1994, he served a federal clerkship with the Honorable Lewis M. Killian, Jr., Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Florida. He is a member of several prestigious legal organizations, including the Denver Bar Association and the Colorado Bar Association, and is admitted to practice in Colorado, the U.S. District Court of Colorado, and the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
In addition to being an accomplished trial lawyer, Philip Zimmerman is recognized as an authority on several areas of law and has published several works on a variety of topics.
- Ohio State University
- Undergraduate degree; finance and economics
- University of Denver, Sturm College of Law
Admitted to Practice
- Colorado State Court
- U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
- 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
- Utah (inactive)
- Florida (inactive)
- Bank of America v. 203 North LaSalle Street Partnership: Refining the Absolute Priority Rule and the New Value Exception, 29.4 Colo. Law 39 ( Apr. 2009 )
- Dischargeability of Liability Arising from Willful and Malicious Injury After Kawaauhau, 28.6 Colo. Law 49 (June 1999)