About Elias Fanous Law Offices
Elias Fanous Law Offices was established in 2002 by Advocate Elias Fanous. Our office handles cases in various areas of civil law, including torts, insurance law, National Insurance and Medical Committees, traffic laws, personal accidents, nursing insurance, inheritance law, collection and property law. Our office offers legal representation to individuals and companies.
Our office grants kind and personal service suiting the needs of every client, starting from negotiations, filing a lawsuit and representing the client until the end of the legal procedure whilst maintaining the highest professional level.
Our office's principles are professional, personal and dedicated service, as well as availability and prompt responses to clients' queries – uncompromising professionalism.
Our office represents insurance companies, rental and leasing companies and of course individuals.
Our office is very experienced in our areas of expertise.
We would be glad to be at your service.
The first appointment may be made free of charge.
Areas of expertise
Our office was established in 2002 and represents individuals and institutions mainly in the following areas:
Tort suits following car accidents and work accidents, body damages, students accidents, property damages and National Insurance Institute
- Insurance Law
Lawsuits regarding loss of labour ability, personal accidents, disability following an accident, nursing lawsuits, insurance policy lawsuits, lawsuits regarding damages from water, fire, burglary and theft.
- Traffic law
Representing defendants regarding accident cases, intoxication, speeding , administrative disqualification and more
- Inheritance Law
Preparing wills, filing applications for an inheritance order, legal representation in these issues
- Notary services
Preparing power of attorney, wills, affidavits, authentication of signature, certification of copy, certification of translation and more
- Property law
Preparing contracts, representing buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants, Land Registry issues