Partners in Every Sense

There are some couples that were always meant to be together. You can’t picture one without the other, and they just get happier as time goes on. That’s Blase and Erica Inzina. They got married in 2011, started a family in 2012, and have been working together since Blase started his own law firm in 2014.

In that time, they have learned to work really well together and continue to grow respect for each other’s individual talent, insight, and approach to problem solving. Each partner supports the other, offers help when needed, and celebrates their successes. These two perfectly complement each other in the office, in the courtroom, and in life.



The rest of the team makes up our law group family, each one dedicated to the success of each other and to providing a winning outcome for your case. At the end of the day at Inzina Law, it’s our family working for your family.
Blase Inzina
The Boss

When I was a kid, I wanted to be a professional baseball player…not an attorney.

But like many other teenage boys, I had to face reality and choose a career that would pay the bills, and playing baseball was not going to do that.

I settled on law school because it seemed like a reasonable way to make a living. I knew I wanted to be successful and not compromise my beliefs in doing so.

After graduating from law school at LSU, I began my career defending a local insurance company in car accident cases. I quickly learned the strategies and techniques that insurance companies use to devalue cases in order to protect their bottom line. And really, you can’t blame them. Don’t we all want to keep as much of our money as we can?

I also learned that there are people and attorneys out there who take advantage of car accidents in order to get money that they may not actually deserve. This causes insurance companies to be even more aggressive in defending themselves in these cases.

In 2008, on a whim and seeking adventure, my wife and I moved to Arizona, which required me to take another Bar Exam. While there, I began working for a prominent insurance defense firm specializing in catastrophic trucking accidents.

From that experience, I learned how truck accidents differ from car accidents and require unique lawyer experience. Unfortunately, many lawyers do not have this experience, which can be detrimental to their client’s case.

In 2011, my wife and I returned to Louisiana to be close to family and friends as we embarked on our next big adventure – starting and growing a family of our own.

I then began working for Lewis Brisbois, a national insurance defense firm that included more than 900 lawyers. In 2016, Lewis Brisbois was ranked #15 out the top 400 largest law firms in the United States. At Lewis Brisbois, I continued defending national insurance companies and businesses in both car and truck accident cases, deepening my knowledge of the trade.

In 2014, I set off on yet another adventure by starting my own law firm. My goal was and still is to show my kids that working hard, being a good person, and doing the right thing can lead to success.​

Since shifting my practice to primarily personal injury work, I have found greater satisfaction in helping victims recover from emotionally, physically, and financially damaging accidents rather than defending insurance companies. I use the valuable strategies and techniques I learned early in my career to help my clients get what they need and truly deserve in order to get their lives back on track.

And that’s just during the day. Outside of work, and sometimes while at work, I fight a different set of villains, usually in the form of cartoon characters or little brothers who break their sister’s art projects.

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Paul Sheston

Paul is a battle-tested trial attorney who has tried numerous personal injury cases to a verdict, with a stellar track record. He is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts of Arizona and New Mexico. Additionally, Paul is admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit United States Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.

Paul has been nominated by his peers in the legal community as a “Rising Star” by Southwest Super Lawyers (top 2.5% of attorneys under age 40) for seven consecutive years (2014-2020), was named as one of the “Top 40 Litigation Lawyers in Arizona Under 40” by The American Society of Legal Advocates in 2016 and was featured in the article “Young Guns” in the May 2012 issue of Attorney At Law magazine. In 2017, Paul was selected as an Associate Fellow in The Litigation Counsel of America (LCA), a network of the top 3,500 trial lawyers in the country. Paul has been rated by Martindale-Hubbell as “AV Preeminent”, and “Superb” by; both of which are the highest possible ratings available.

Paul regularly volunteers his services in the community by performing pro bono legal work for victims of domestic violence, and by participating in the Channel 12 News “Lawyers on Call” through the State Bar of Arizona, and by serving as a competition judge and evaluator at the Richard Oplinger Closing Argument Competition at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. When he is not practicing law, Paul enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Heather, and their two daughters, and riding his Harley.

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Reyna Velasquez

Have you ever hesitated to get help you really need because you weren’t sure you could communicate what exactly it was you needed?​

I know what that’s like.

Though I was born in the United States, I grew up in Mexico with my parents. At age 9, my family moved back to the United States.​

Suddenly we went from having what we needed and being able to get what we didn’t have to not having basic essentials and relying on other people to communicate for us.​

Though we had many kind people who helped us, it was still difficult to do everything – talk to doctors, find items in the grocery store, figure out which stores sold items we needed, and so on.

After working hard to learn English in school, I was able to interpret for my mom which made many things easier.

Today, I do the same for others. I help people communicate their needs and worries to attorneys so they can get the legal help they need. I know what it’s like to worry about not being heard or understood, and my goal is to help others avoid that frustration.

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Erica Inzina

Growing up, if someone asked me what I wanted to be when I was older, I would respond with one of three answers: a mom, a teacher, or a lawyer.

I’m proud to officially call myself two of those things, mom and teacher. And while I will never actually be a lawyer, working with my husband, his colleagues, and his clients is as close as I need to be.

At BIIA, I get to use my love of people by working to make sure our clients have the best experience possible. My goal is to bridge the gap between how our clients hope to be treated and what they actually experience. Whether that is deciphering our attorneys’ “legal-ese” into normal language or learning about problems that affect our clients so that we can help them keep living their best life, I enjoy getting to help make a person’s day better, even if it’s just a little bit.

I want to hear from you! If there is something you can think of that would make your experience working with our attorneys even better, or if you would like to see a helpful video about something that could go wrong and how to avoid it, please just send me a message at!

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Ruby Aguillon
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