Orman Kimbrough

Orman Kimbrough



Orman Kimbrough was born in Greenwood, Mississippi, received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University (1975) and J.D. from the University of Mississippi (1978) and began practicing with the firm. He has represented thousands of people, some catastrophically injured, because of the negligence of others and malfunctioning products.    

Mr. Kimbrough is currently a member of the Executive Council of The Florida Bar Trial Section, a past president of The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and former member of The Florida Bar Board of Governors.  He is Board Certified, a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, former president of the Central Florida Chapter, and recipient of the Award of Excellence from the Orange County Bar Association.

Mr. Kimbrough and his wife Kay have two children and live in Winter Park.  He is a former Board Member of the Metropolitan YMCA, former president of the Mid-Florida Vanderbilt Alumni Association, current member of the All Saints Episcopal Church’s lay governing body (Vestry) and chairs the Commission on Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida and is a member of its Standing Committee. As of 2020, Mr. Kimbrough has retired. 


  • 1996-Present
    American Board of Trial Advocates
  • 1993-Present

    Board Certified Civil Trial by Florida Bar

  • 1989-Present

    AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell

  • 2008

    Award of Excellence: Orange County Bar

  • 2017

    Pro Bono Merit Award: Orange County Bar

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