Margaret Bellamy is a 1983 graduate of Princeton University and a 1988 graduate of the Harvard Law School. Prior to joining Langfitt Garner PLLC, she worked as a professional consultant in the securities and real estate industry for more than twenty years. She began working for retired and injured athletes in the NFL Concussion Settlement two years ago as a consultant and now devotes her career to mass personal injury cases for the benefit of former players.
Since 2017, Ms. Bellamy has helped more than one hundred fifty former NFL players navigate claims through the NFL Concussion Settlement and has served in an advisory role through the appeal, audit, and objection stages before the Special Master and the Court. She is directly involved in assessing player claims, having players diagnosed, arranging for short-term and long-term player care, explaining and educating players and their families on the implications of brain disease caused by football head injury, and making sure that the players who are eligible receive every benefit they can under under the Settlement. She also makes recommendations where needed for Social Security Disability and the NFL Disability Benefit Plans.
Ms. Bellamy works to protect players injured by participation in NCAA athletics, particularly former NCAA football players who suffer from latent brain disease, and participates in the ongoing case Schmitz v. NCAA, et al.
She is licensed to practice law in the State of New York.
Ms. Bellamy also serves as the Business Manager of Langfitt Garner PLLC.