Serving Dallas/Ft. Worth and the Florida Region
SOLVING YOUR PROBLEMS IS OUR MISSION
Shayan Elahi is a nationally known civil rights litigator & TV commentator, who brings his legal experience to bear to protect your rights. He also mediates business and family law cases, which people are trying to avoid court. His mission is to inform his clients of their legal options and help them make the correct decision about their case. He has handled 1000s of cases in as a litigator and has had his own practice since 2007. He received his B.A. from the University of Central Florida (UCF) and his J.D. from Yeshiva University – Cardozo School of Law (NYC).
Our Areas of Practice
With over 18 years of experience, we specialize in various fields of law. Our firm uses our expertise and our vast network of legal knowledge to give you the best outcome possible.
Our highly trained staff can help you in Alternative Dispute Resolutions in a neutral and fair manner.
We help get creditors off your back and settle your outstanding debts with little hassle or stress.
We have experts to evaluate your medical situation and help you collect damages from medical procedures.
Personal Injury & Car Accidents
Personal injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property.
Business & Family Law Mediation
Family law is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations.
Business Agreements & Litigation
We practice contact law and other types of business litigation to help our clients get fair and just results.
Elahi Law has proven results
Our staff of law experts have help countless clients like you obtain the results they needed in a proper time frame. Our record speaks for itself.
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