Areas of Practice:
Darin Sorrell represents injured individuals in Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury cases.
Darin Sorrell is licensed to practice in Missouri and Illinois.
Darin Sorrell has extensive experience handling Automobile Accident, Premises Liability and Workers’ Compensation matters. His case experience includes back and neck injuries, injuries to the extremities, assaults, head injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, uninsured and underinsured motorists claims.
Darin Sorrell has also served as a mediator cases involving labor management disputes, and services contracts.
Darin Sorrell is a member of the Missouri Bar, the Illinois Bar, and the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Darin has twice spoken at Continuing Education Seminars on Recovery From Third Parties in Workers Compensation Claims
St. Louis University School of Law, J.D., 2000;
Maryville University, B.A., Political Science, (cum laude) 1996
Rule 17 Mediator Training, St. Louis University School of Law, 1999
Professional Trial Lawyers College of Advocacy, at the University of Illinois School of Law; July 2001Brussels Seminar on the Law and Institutions of the European Union, sponsored by St. Louis University, University of Georgia, Universitée Libre de Bruxelles, and Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 1998
Honors and Awards:
nominee for Lon O. Hocker Award for Trial Advocacy, presented by the Missouri Bar
Named among “Nation’s Top One Percent” by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.
2010 Credited by Missouri Department of Insurance for bringing to light the bad faith actions of an insurer which was later barred from doing business in Missouri due to its actions
St. Louis University Law School Dean’s Scholar
Omicron Delta Kappa collegiate honor society
Delta Epsilon Sigma collegiate honor society
multi-time Dean’s List honoree
Eagle Scout, with bronze palm, Boy Scouts of America
Darin Sorrell has served on the Church Council for St. Mark’s Lutheran Church at various times as Vice President, Treasurer, and Communications Committee Chair; and taught both high school and adult Sunday School at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
Darin Sorrell has served on the Trivia Night Committee for the Moog Center for Deaf Education, and emceed several Trivia Nights for the Moog Center for Deaf Education
Darin Sorrell presently serves on the planning committee for the Maryville University Alumni Association’s “Great Conversations” series, and serves on the Trivia Night Committee at Maryville University. Darin Sorrell also serves on Maryville University’s College of Arts and Sciences Alumni National Leadership Council, and is an inaugural member of Maryville University’s Pre-Law Advisory Board
Darin Sorrell is also a co-founder of the Ayn Rand Society of St. Louis