Wilson A. Gualpa is an attorney in the Morris James Personal Injury Practice, with experience representing clients in personal injury cases, including automobile accidents, premise liability cases, and workers’ compensation matters. He advocates for his clients to ensure they are rightfully compensated and receive all the benefits they are entitled to through alternative dispute resolution and litigation. He is a bilingual attorney that can provide services in English and Spanish.
Wilson has called Delaware home since the age of eight and has roots in three counties. As a student at Polytech High School, Wilson played football all four years, captaining the team his senior year. Off the gridiron, he found ways to give back to the community by serving as a member of the Kent County Youth Philanthropy Board. His accomplishments on and off the gridiron earned him the Davidson Scholarship Award from the Quarterback Club of Kent County his senior year.
After graduating from Polytech, Wilson attended the University of Delaware where he majored in Political Science with a concentration in Public Law. While at the University of Delaware, he served as a legislative fellow for Delaware’s House of Representatives. As a legislative fellow he helped draft legislation for various committees of the State’s House of Representatives.
Wilson discovered his zeal for trial advocacy as a student at the Delaware Law School of Widener University. He completed the school’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP) and successfully completed the course load required to graduate with a Certificate in Trial Advocacy. After law school he continued his work in trial advocacy as an associate in his previous firm. He represented clients in personal injury matters in Seaford and the surrounding Sussex County area by advocating for his clients in hearings in the State of Delaware’s Industrial Accident board and various forms of alternative dispute resolutions.
In his free time, Wilson enjoys spending time with his family, who reside in Seaford and run their family-owned restaurant. He also enjoys rooting for the Baltimore Ravens, participating in organized basketball and soccer competitions, and enjoys attending concerts for his favorite artists.
- Delaware State Bar Association
- Delaware Trial Lawyers Association
- Randy J. Holland Delaware Worker’s Compensation Inn of Court, Member
- Multicultural Judges and Lawyers Section of the Delaware State Bar Association, Chair
- American Bar Association
- Delaware Hispanic Bar Association
- Workers’ Compensation Section of the Delaware State Bar Association, member
- National Hispanic Bar Association
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- First Florida Tuberculosis-Tainted Surgical Case Among the Latest Filed Against Aziyo Biologics, Inc.July 2, 2021
- October 30, 2020
- May 4, 2020
- August 30, 2019
- September 14, 2018
- August 27, 2018
The Latin American Community Center, Board of Directors, 2020 - Present
- A non-profit social services agency that addresses the needs of the Latino community in Delaware.
Delaware Today® Top Lawyer, 2018 (Workers Compensation for Employee)
Legal Intern for Judge Aida Waserstein, New Castle County Family Court
New Jersey, 2015
United States District Court, District of Delaware
Widener University Delaware Law School, J.D., 2015
University of Delaware, B.A., 2012