Antonio " Moe" Maestas
Moe has over 19 years of legal experience. Maestas is a state lawmaker and former Assistant District Attorney who has done trial work throughout the state of New Mexico; from T or C to Tucumcari; Las Vegas to Los Lunas; and Roswell to Farmington. Moe has handled many types of cases in his law practice over the years including, criminal law, family law, property law, victim advocacy and civil rights.
Personal injury cases include Auto Accidents; Motorcycle Accidents; Trucking Accidents; Dog Bites; Brain Injuries; Medical Malpractice Claims; Nursing Home Claims; Premises Liability (Slip & Falls); Tort Claims against the Government; Fatal Accidents & Wrongful Death.
An auto accident can turn your life upside down. In addition to painful injuries, you have to deal with police officers, insurance company adjusters, rental car companies, property adjusters, mechanics, insurance companies, doctor visits and medical bills. Let MoeJustice take the stress away.
If you’re injured in an accident; you’re entitled to damages. Damages include medical expenses, lost earnings, future medical expenses, legal fees and pain & suffering. The MoeJustice team will make sure you get every penny you deserve under the law.
If you’re injured in an accident – call MoeJustice at 242-2279 for a FREE legal consultation today.
Moe is the founder and lead attorney at MoeJustice Law. Born and raised in Albuquerque, Moe can trace his family roots back eleven generations in New Mexico. Moe grew up in the north valley and attended Cochiti Elementary, Garfield Middle School & Valley High School. Moe graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle and returned home to study law at the University of New Mexico, School of Law.
Moe’s dad is the late Frank Maestas, former Albuquerque Journal sports journalist, and his mom is Emma Maestas who is a descendant of the Romero family that help found Las Vegas, New Mexico in 1835. Moe was a violent crimes prosecutor for five years while serving as a Bernalillo County Assistant District Attorney. He then founded MoeJustice where he’s practiced criminal defense, family law, civil rights, property law and settling in on personal injury law.
Today Moe focuses solely on personal injury law. For the past 12 years, Moe has been a lawmaker representing Albuquerque’s west mesa as a member of the NM House of Representatives. Moe is married to Vanessa Alarid and has a teenage daughter, Gabriela Alarid, and two small children, Mateo Maestas (4) & Isadora Maestas (2).