Practice Areas

Automobile Litigation

Our team of New Mexico automobile litigation lawyers at Stiff, Keith & Garcia, L.L.C., have years of experience defending insurers facing automobile insurance lawsuits. We represent insurance companies from throughout the U.S. in cases involving New Mexico insurance law.

Insurance Defense

We handle all forms of tort litigation for insurers and self-insured corporate clients including automobile, comprehensive general liability, professional errors and omissions, officers and directors liability, municipal liability, product liability, transportation, repetitive stress injury, and excess coverage.

General Liability Litigation

Stiff, Keith & Garcia, L.L.C., represents insurance companies and government entities in claims and suits alleging bodily injury or damage to property, as well as litigation claims under commercial general liability insurance policies.

Large Self Insured Representation

Stiff, Keith & Garcia, LLC has significant complex litigation experience defending automobile claims, including defending large, self insureds.

Employment & Civil Rights Defense

Our firm has defended breach of contract and civil rights cases alleging unlawful employment discrimination. These include Title VII, ADEA, ADA, and Section 1983 cases.

Insurance Coverage

At the insurance defense law firm of Stiff, Keith & Garcia, L.L.C., we defend insurers and landowners from insurance lawsuits when accidents happen and policyholders make large claims.

Construction Defect

We handle insurance coverage disputes concerning construction defects. Among the types of construction disputes we handle are: Defect claims, Insurance claims, Mold claims, Breach of Contract, Construction employment law.

The Stiff, Garcia & Associates 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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