Were you or a loved one hurt due to someone else's negligence?
When you're wrongfully injured, you should be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages under New Mexico law. But it's an insurance adjuster's job to try and settle your case for the smallest amount possible.
That's why you need an experienced, determined personal injury attorney to secure fair financial compensation, and help you through the complicated process of resolving your case.
My name is Michael Huffaker, and I'm a personal injury attorney based in the city of Farmington, San Juan County, licensed to practice in New Mexico State and Federal Courts. If you need help, and you're not sure how to proceed with your case, call me any time at (505) 324-8330.
¿Hablas español? ¡Yo también!
HAGO CASOS DE ACCidentes de auto y semi camion.
I have experience with several types of injury and wrongful death related accidents, including: semi-truck accidents, automobile accidents, bicycle and pedestrian accidents, work site injuries, product liabilities, nursing home negligence, and insurance disputes.
Yá'át'ééh! Chidí BITS' áadoo a'iee'e yaago.
If you're looking for financial relief due to any of these types of accidents or injuries in New Mexico, you can call me any time.
Uninsured and underinsured
Nursing home negligence
Can't afford an Attorney?
Don't worry! Accident victims have enough bills on their plate.
That's why I'll evaluate your case for free and explain what you can expect from the process. Then, I'll cover all expenses up front, and only take a fee if we win your case.
Need one-on-one Legal help?
There are plenty of law firms with large teams of lawyers and paralegals, but some people want personal attention for their case.
My law firm is just me, Michael Huffaker, and my legal assistant, Alejandra, who also speaks Spanish. I personally handle cases of all sizes, and win big-firm results for my small-firm clients.
My Farmington office serves clients in San Juan County, and all across New Mexico, including in New Mexico Federal Courts.
I also practiced in Navajo Courts for over 20 years.