Anthony F. Belotta
Anthony is the founder and principal of Belotta Law Firm LLC. Anthony has represented businesses, governmental entities, municipalities, and individuals from all walks of life and all types of social, cultural, and financial backgrounds in all types of matters. Anthony's broad range of clientele benefit from his years of experience and knowledge garnered from thousands of prior cases and clients. Anthony has successfully taken numerous cases to trial and argued cases before the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division including a victory for the insurance industry in the reported decision of Rivera v. Morales, 373 N.J. Super 494 (App. Div. 2004). Whatever the case or whoever the client, Anthony prides himself on personal involvement in each case and commitment to his clients, understanding their needs, and advancing their interests. Anthony also adheres to high ethical standards and delivering effective, timely, and service oriented solutions to complex legal issues facing his clients. Consequently, Anthony has earned as stellar reputation for his legal skills and outstanding client service.
Anthony's mission is to provide high-quality, affordable legal representation in a client-focused, small firm environment. Anthony represents many people who have sustained serious injuries or losses and who are trying to recover damages. Anthony utilizes his extensive experience as an insurance attorney and as an advocate for injured victims in personal injury litigation to guide his clients through the often difficult process of obtaining the compensation to which they are entitled. He understands that individuals don't just require monetary compensation; they also need someone to listen to them, who understands and respects what they have gone through, and who helps them achieve a sense of closure following their accidents.
Pace University School of Law
Seton Hall University
B.A., cum laude, Psychology
Bar & Court Admissions
State of New Jersey
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
Rivera v. Morales, 373 N.J. Super 494 (App. Div. 2004)