Peter V. Bellotti
Attorney Bellotti is a proficient trial lawyer with expertise in both civil and criminal litigation, having formerly served as a senior assistant district attorney for Middlesex County. During his time as a prosecutor, he honed his abilities to become a skilled and relentless litigator who has handled hundreds of cases in superior and district courts, as well as presenting arguments before the Appeals Court and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
In his practice, Attorney Bellotti is widely esteemed for his work in personal injury cases, acting as a determined and successful plaintiff's counsel. With over 35 years of experience in personal injury and catastrophic injury cases, Attorney Bellotti has established an outstanding reputation and strong credibility among insurance companies, who are aware of his willingness to go to trial for his clients. He consistently prioritizes his clients' best interests when making decisions or recommendations, and his exceptional negotiation skills have led to significant six and seven-figure settlements for his personal injury clients during mediations.
Attorney Bellotti's extensive experience includes serving as an attorney for the Public Protection Bureau and the Medical Malpractice Tribunal, as well as a mediator for the Middlesex Superior Court. Over the past decade, he has been an adjunct professor of Constitutional Law at Curry College in the Department of Government and History.
Widely sought after as a legal analyst, Attorney Peter Bellotti has appeared on Boston's WB-56 television network and various national news programs, such as Good Morning America, Catherine Crier, FOX News, and CNN's Nancy Grace. He also regularly contributes as a legal analyst on WBZ's Paul Sullivan Show.
A lifelong Massachusetts resident and former Local 25 Teamster Union member, Mr. Bellotti resides on the North Shore with his wife and three sons. Actively engaged in his community, he serves as a youth basketball coach.
J.D., New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts, 1984
B.A., Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut, 1978
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1985
80% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Constitutional Law Day, Quincy College, 2012
Appeared on WB-56 television network
Appeared on national news programs, including Good Morning America, Catherine Crier, FOX News, and CNN's Nancy Grace
Radio appearance as a legal analyst on WBZ's Paul Sullivan Show
Middlesex County District Attorney's Office, Senior Assistant District Attorney
Middlesex Superior Court, Mediator
Public Protection Bureau and the Medical Malpractice Tribunal, Attorney
Constitutional Law at Curry College in the Department of Government and History, Adjunct Professor