Attorney Bellotti is a skilled trial attorney in civil and criminal litigation and is a former senior assistant district attorney for Middlesex County. As a prosecutor, he perfected his skills to become a talented and tenacious litigator who has tried hundreds of cases in the superior and district courts and presented arguments before the Appeals Court and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
In his practice, Attorney Bellotti is highly respected in the area of personal injury and is a resolute and successful plaintiff's counsel. Attorney Bellotti has more than 15 years experience with personal injury cases and cases that involve catastrophic injuries. Attorney Bellotti has an excellent reputation and credibility with insurance companies who know he is willing to take a case to trial on behalf of his client. Attorney Bellotti always considers the best needs of his clients when making decisions or recommendations and his superior negotiation skills at mediations have yielded seven and six figure settlements on behalf his personal injury clients.
Attorney Bellotti has a wide range of experience as an attorney for the Public Protection Bureau and the Medical Malpractice Tribunal and as a mediator for the Middlesex Superior Court. For the past ten years, he has been an adjunct professor of Constitutional Law at Curry College in the Department of Government and History.
Attorney Peter Bellotti is a sought after legal analyst and has appeared on WB-56 television network in Boston, and has appeared on several national news programs, including Good Morning America, Catherine Crier, FOX News, and CNN's Nancy Grace. He also makes regular radio appearances as a legal analyst on WBZ's Paul Sullivan Show.
Mr. Bellotti is a life-long resident of Massachusetts and lives on the North Shore with his wife and his three sons. He is actively involved in his community and is a youth basketball coach.