Attorneys

John S. Stiff

John S. Stiff

AV® Rated PreeminentTM by Martindale-Hubbell®

John Stiff, the founding partner of Stiff, Keith and Garcia, has thirty years of experience in civil defense, with an emphasis on complex liability including professional liability, coverage, automobile litigation, employment law, civil rights, and construction defect.

Ann L. Keith

Ann L. Keith

AV® Rated PreeminentTM by Martindale-Hubbell®

Ann L. Keith’s practice includes insurance defense, the settlement of minor children’s claims, and defending school districts and State entities in a wide variety of tort and employment law claims.

Arturo Ricardo Garcia

Arturo Ricardo Garcia

BV® DistinguishedTM by Martindale-Hubbell®

Mr. Garcia’s practice focuses on automobile litigation, homeowner’s liability, and dog bite cases. He also specializes in claims involving estates of insureds and claimants.

Edward F. Snow

Edward F. Snow

BV® DistinguishedTM by Martindale-Hubbell®

Ed Snow has over 30 years of legal experience in civil and criminal law. He has appeared in over one hundred bench trials, arbitrations and adjudicatory hearings, and has appellate experience before the New Mexico Court of Appeals, New Mexico Supreme Court, and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Julia Y. Mares

Julia Y. Mares

Julia Y. Mares has called New Mexico her home for the past 35 years.  Her practice includes defending employment and civil rights claims and defending insureds in automobile litigation, homeowner’s liability and dog bite cases.

Alexandria Dell

Alexandria Dell

Alexandria E. Dell focused on transactional work during and immediately after law school, before she moved into insurance defense practice. She joined Stiff, Keith & Garcia in August 2019.

The Stiff, Keith & Garcia Promise

We Will:

Return phone calls promptly.

Follow your reporting guidelines.

Work in partnership with your claims professionals.

Help you to identify the reasons the case did not settle before suit and suggest creative strategies.

Prepare for trial if the case cannot be resolved.

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