Walter F. Schmittinger is a respected attorney in the state of Delaware with over 25 years of experience. Born and raised in Delaware, Mr. Schmittinger earned his Bachelor of Arts in English from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA.

Mr. Schmittinger earned his law degree from Widener University Delaware Law School in 1995. While studying there he was a member of the law school’s law review, the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, the Phi Delta Phi honor society, and the Harrington Inn.

Mr. Schmittinger has been practicing law with Schmittinger and Rodriguez since his admission to the Delaware State Bar in 1995. With a strong focus on workers’ compensation and personal injury matters. Mr. Schmittinger is highly regarded by his peers as a top attorney in these practice areas. He is known for his unwavering commitment to his clients and his ability to navigate complex legal issues with ease.

Mr. Schmittinger has also been admitted to practice in the Federal District Court for the District of Delaware since 1998. He is also an active member of the Kent County, Delaware State, and American Bar Associations, as well as the Justice Randy Holland Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court.

Mr. Schmittinger is widely respected by his peers in the legal community. He is known for his dedication to his clients, his knowledge of the law, and his commitment to providing the highest quality legal representation possible. His clients praise him for his professionalism, his attention to detail, and his ability to achieve results.



Walt Schmittinger
    • Kent County Bar Association
    • Delaware State Bar Association
    • American Bar Association

Lecturer at Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Seminars 

practice areas

Workers' Compensation

Workers' compensation law practice in Delaware involves representing employees who have been injured or become ill on the job or as a result of their job. Workers’ compensation attorneys work to secure compensation for medical expenses and lost wages against employers or insurance companies and on appeal if necessary.

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