- Rutgers School of Law, J.D. May 2008
- The College of William & Mary, B.A. May 2005
- Worked with a plaintiff’s firm in Philadelphia representing clients with lung cancer or mesothelioma after asbestos exposure
For over a decade Neidra Wilson has served clients by representing them in personal injury cases. Her practice area is very personal to her because her stepfather passed away from lung cancer. Since his passing in 2002, her stepfather has been her inspiration for striving to get justice for people who were injured through no fault of their own.
Her passion and commitment to clients have driven her to success. Ms. Wilson has been recognized by Lawyers of Distinction, an organization that recognizes lawyers for their excellence in the practice of law. In 2018 she was recognized by Noticed as a Distinguished Lawyer. This invitation-only service honors top-rated professionals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in their industries.
Ms. Wilson draws inspiration from the strength and resilience of her clients. For her, it is important to hear each client’s story. It is this understanding and compassion that help set her apart as an attorney.
Ms. Wilson joined the firm as an associate attorney in Meirowitz & Wasserberg’s Pennsylvania office. Her focus is in the areas of personal injury, products liability, premises liability, and toxic torts in New Jersey, as well as in Pennsylvania. Ms. Wilson’s litigation experience includes trial work in Middlesex County New Jersey and the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas where she has been instrumental in reaching settlements for her clients.
Prior to her association with Meirowitz & Wasserberg Ms. Wilson worked for a prominent plaintiff’s firm in the Philadelphia area representing clients with asbestos exposure who ended up with either lung cancer or mesothelioma.
Ms. Wilson received her Juris Doctor’s degree from Rutgers University School of Law in 2008. Prior to entering law school, Ms. Wilson received a Bachelor of Arts degree from The College of William & Mary where she was inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Ms. Wilson lives in New Jersey with her two children, mother, and pet chihuahua.