Steve Bellis is a well-recognized attorney specializing in civil litigation, insurance defense and plaintiff personal injury cases. Additionally, he sits as the Presiding Civil Judge for Bridgeport courts.
At Audubon High School, he earned three letters in baseball and four in basketball while serving as a varsity soccer player.
Early Life and Education
Steve Bellis is an English-born American attorney specializing in personal injury and wrongful death cases. With extensive trial work experience as well as arbitrations and complex litigation matters, she can handle both individual as well as complex litigation cases successfully.
She has earned the respect of attorneys appearing before her as a fair and impartial jurist who carefully considers all sides. Presiding Civil Judge at Bridgeport Courthouse and working towards mediating often complex cases in order to bring them to resolution.
She has made several controversial decisions. For instance, in 2010 she served on the panel that denied Derby Mayor Marc Garofalo readmission to practice law due to his convictions for racketeering conspiracy mail fraud and bribery, without any apology or expression of regret from herself or anyone else on her team.
Steve Bellis is a trial attorney with an expansive practice. His areas of focus include personal injury cases arising from automobile accidents, work injuries and medical malpractice claims; as well as representing small businesses in various capacities.
He served as Commercial Director of Stockport County FC and is widely acclaimed for elevating its international profile, helping attract sponsorship and boost youth membership. Additionally, he played an instrumental role in securing Edgeley Park for Stockport County FC to protect its future use for generations of fans to come.
St. Kate’s earned one of the nation’s premier defenses under him during his time there and also earned an NSCAA Team Academic award every season he was at St. Kate’s. Additionally, his coaching resume includes both MIAC stints with Macalester College and St. Kate’s as well as youth level work.
Achievement and Honors
Bellis served as president and student council member of Rho Sigma Chi, lettered three seasons in football and basketball at Upper Iowa University while also participating in band, mixed chorus, and drama club activities.
His legal career encompasses an abundance of experience in commercial litigation and insurance defense matters, personal injury litigation claims management and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Bellis has also lectured extensively on this subject matter.
He is involved in multiple community projects and a member of the Dubuque Chamber of Commerce. Together with his wife Diane, they have given generously to UIU, including major gifts that endowed its cheer program and helped transform Harms-Eischeid Stadium. In addition, their generosity supported renovation projects on academic buildings as well as providing an endowed scholarship for female graduate students.
Bellis is an avid follower of Jesus Christ and father to two children. He enjoys serving his community and sharing God’s word. Additionally, he has served as long-time coach at Concordia soccer.
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Steve specializes in personal injury matters such as car accidents, slip and fall accidents, worker’s compensation cases and medical malpractice cases. He has litigated these claims through jury trials as well as appealing them in both the Appellate and Supreme Courts.
Bellis currently practices law in Shelton, Connecticut. Her specialty lies in real estate transactions for both developers and bankers; domestic violence litigation; civil litigation issues; alternative dispute resolution (ADR); as well as alternative dispute resolution processes.
Stephen Bellis, a New Haven wrongful death and medical-malpractice attorney. They are parents to two children together but have kept their personal lives separate from public view.
Recently, Steve Bellis appeared on BBC2 series Dragon’s Den and asked for PS50,000 to develop his Nuts Poker League tournament, held across pubs in Wrexham. However, Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis refused his pitch; later he stated they were more like pussycats than real entrepreneurs.