Christopher Gulla, Esq.
Christopher A. Gulla has been practicing law since 2013. His practice primarily involves the areas of premises liability, products liability, trucking-automobile liability, catastrophic personal injury, employment and insurance coverage. Known for his proactive and comprehensive style of advocacy throughout the discovery process, as well as his effective negotiation and communication style, Chris is a respected member of the legal community who often provides favorable results for his clients throughout all stages of the litigation process.
Before joining Murphy Sanchez as a Partner at the time of the firm’s inception, Chris honed his litigation skills across a variety of different practice areas while working at both a middle-sized regional defense firm and a small/boutique firm based in New Jersey. He’s defended premises liability claims for major retail chain stores, theme parks, shopping centers, condominium associations and property management companies, snow removal contractors, commercial and private building owners, hotels and restaurants. In the commercial trucking-automobile space, he’s represented some of America’s largest shipping companies as well as both publicly and privately owned transportation companies in matters involving personal injury, catastrophic claims (wrongful death, etc.) and interstate commerce issues. He also has experience handling complex insurance coverage claims before state, federal and appellate courts, as well as experience defending clients in employment matters under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Civil Rights Act.
Mr. Gulla resides in Audubon, NJ with his wife (Ali) and daughter (Sofia). A former college basketball player and coach, Mr. Gulla remains active in the global basketball community and is often retained to represent professional players. When not practicing law or basketball, Mr. Gulla enjoys hiking, traveling and cheering on the New York Jets.
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Rutgers School of Law- Camden, J.D. (2013)
Wilkes University, B.A. (2010)
Auto and Trucking
Bad Faith Litigation