Practice Areas
Auto Accidents 
Motorcycle Accidents
Wrongful Death Cases
Cases Against Drunk Drivers

Insurance Disputes
Trucking Accidents
Pedestrian Accidents
Bicyclist Accidents
Workplace Injuries
Slip Trip & Fall Cases
Premises Liability Cases
Dog Attack Cases

For a free consultation, call Sanchez and Piñon at (505) 338-0209


If you’ve been injured by another driver’s carelessness, distracted driving, driving while texting or using a hand-held device, or driving under the influence, Sanchez & Piñon can help.

An automobile accident can cause damages beyond a smashed car, including medical bills, pain and suffering, lost time from work, and emotional distress.  Insurance companies began hounding you from the moment they learn about the collision, regardless if you are still trying to heal from your injuries.  Navigating through insurance adjusters requesting recorded statements, medical releases and offering you money to settle your case before you even have time to know the full extent of your damages can be overwhelming. 

At Sanchez & Piñon, we work with our clients to determine who the at fault party is, whether that party has insurance, what insurance coverage our client has and is entitled to.  We work to confirm insurance coverage, contact insurance companies and direct all communications from insurance companies and others to our office, so you can focus on you.

If you find yourself in this situation, call Sanchez & Piñon. Our job as your attorneys is to take on the burden and bombardment from insurance companies so you can work on getting back to your normal.  We take on the day to day paperwork, phone calls and documents so you can focus on getting back to your normal.  Call Sanchez & Piñon  to discuss your case how we can help you put the pieces back together.


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