Sometimes peaks can overlap. On proton spectra, integration helps to notice peak overlapping.
In your proton spectrum, you have twice two superimposed signals with very similar chemical shifts. And you don't have to consider any coupling between protons for this. In my opinion, on the C-13 spectrum, you also have two signals superimposed and additionally covered with a 120 ppm line. The benzene ring substitution pattern is also seen in the IR spectrum. Collecting all this information, it is possible to propose a meaningful structure of the studied compound.
But you have done it.