Chelsea E. Bellew

Associate

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(561) 440-7940
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(561) 744-0790
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
11641 Kew Gardens Avenue
Suite 205
Palm Beach Gardens
,
FL
33410
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PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

Employment and Labor Law

General Liability

Appeals

Admissions

Florida

Education

Ohio Northern University School of Law

J.D., cum laude, LL.M. , 2015

Denison University

B.A., 2012

Chelsea E. Bellew defends self-insured employers, insurance carriers, and third-party administrators in matters relating to workers’ compensation, handling matters involving catastrophic injuries and permanent and total disability claims. She also has experience handling workers’ compensation appeals.

Chelsea also handles employment and labor law defense cases involving claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act, issues related to the Americans with Disabilities Act and Family Medical Leave Act, as well as employment contract claims, discrimination, wrongful termination, and retaliation under federal and state laws. She has also expanded her practice to include representation of businesses who are facing issues with website compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Prior to joining the firm, Chelsea worked as an associate at a large West Palm Beach law firm where she gained legal experience focused on workers’ compensation and employment and labor law defense.  

While earning her law degree at Ohio Northern University College of Law, Chelsea concurrently received her LL.M. degree in Democratic Governance and Rule of Law, earning the highest grade in international human rights law course. Furthermore, she was managing editor of the Ohio Northern Law Review. While pursuing her undergraduate degree in economics and international studies, Chelsea, who is proficient in Spanish, spent a semester abroad attending The University of Granada, Spain.  

In her free time, Chelsea volunteers with the Junior League of the Palm Beaches. Most recently she is serving on the Board of Directors as secretary for the nonprofit but she has also volunteered as grants chair and to run community projects, including initiatives to teach children the importance of healthy eating and exercise.

Professional Associations

Palm Beach County Bar Association

           Professionalism Committee

           Diversity & Inclusion Committee

           Young Lawyers Section

Florida Bar Association

           Judicial Administration & Evaluation Committee

           Constitutional Judiciary Committee

Junior League of the Palm Beaches

           Board of Directors

CLM, Member

Articles

Secession in International Law:  Could ISIS Become a Legally Recognized State?, 42 OHIO N.U. L.REV.  239 (2015).

 

Combating Campaign Finance Corruption in the United States:  Why a Grass Roots Approach is the Only Solution,

39 DAYTON L.REV. 355 (2016).

Chelsea E. Bellew defends self-insured employers, insurance carriers, and third-party administrators in matters relating to workers’ compensation, handling matters involving catastrophic injuries and permanent and total disability claims. She also has experience handling workers’ compensation appeals.

Chelsea also handles employment and labor law defense cases involving claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act, issues related to the Americans with Disabilities Act and Family Medical Leave Act, as well as employment contract claims, discrimination, wrongful termination, and retaliation under federal and state laws. She has also expanded her practice to include representation of businesses who are facing issues with website compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Prior to joining the firm, Chelsea worked as an associate at a large West Palm Beach law firm where she gained legal experience focused on workers’ compensation and employment and labor law defense.  

While earning her law degree at Ohio Northern University College of Law, Chelsea concurrently received her LL.M. degree in Democratic Governance and Rule of Law, earning the highest grade in international human rights law course. Furthermore, she was managing editor of the Ohio Northern Law Review. While pursuing her undergraduate degree in economics and international studies, Chelsea, who is proficient in Spanish, spent a semester abroad attending The University of Granada, Spain.  

In her free time, Chelsea volunteers with the Junior League of the Palm Beaches. Most recently she is serving on the Board of Directors as secretary for the nonprofit but she has also volunteered as grants chair and to run community projects, including initiatives to teach children the importance of healthy eating and exercise.

Professional Associations

Palm Beach County Bar Association

           Professionalism Committee

           Diversity & Inclusion Committee

           Young Lawyers Section

Florida Bar Association

           Judicial Administration & Evaluation Committee

           Constitutional Judiciary Committee

Junior League of the Palm Beaches

           Board of Directors

CLM, Member

Articles

Secession in International Law:  Could ISIS Become a Legally Recognized State?, 42 OHIO N.U. L.REV.  239 (2015).

 

Combating Campaign Finance Corruption in the United States:  Why a Grass Roots Approach is the Only Solution,

39 DAYTON L.REV. 355 (2016).

ATTORNEY'S Resources

Articles & Blogs
Secession in International Law
Secession in International Law
Could ISIS Become a Legally Recognized State?
Secession in International Law
Could ISIS Become a Legally Recognized State?
June 12, 2020
January 1, 2015
Articles & Blogs
Combating Campaign Finance Corruption in the United States
Combating Campaign Finance Corruption in the United States
Why a Grass Roots Approach is the Only Solution
Combating Campaign Finance Corruption in the United States
Why a Grass Roots Approach is the Only Solution
June 12, 2020
January 1, 2016
Articles & Blogs
How to Handle Issues for Workers in Florida on Modified Duty During the COVID-19 Crisis
How to Handle Issues for Workers in Florida on Modified Duty During the COVID-19 Crisis
How to Handle Issues for Workers in Florida on Modified Duty During the COVID-19 Crisis
March 24, 2020
March 24, 2020