North Carolina Eminent Domain Lawyers
"From Murphy to Manteo" - that's our way of saying that the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm serves North Carolinians from one end of the state to the other when they have questions about condemnation and eminent domain. This is only appropriate, as government and non-government entities statewide are taking property and not always offering full compensation to the property owners.
When the Media Wants Answers...they come to us
We have been interviewed on public radio, appeared on local TV channels, and in nearly 100 newspapers and websites.
Accepting Eminent Domain Cases Across North Carolina
Condemnation can be initiated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and other state agencies, municipalities, school districts, utility companies and airports. The right to condemn property is in the Constitution. So is the right of the owner to be dealt with fairly and through a thoughtful process.
Eminent domain can take many forms. It can target your home or your business. It is used for highway projects, parks, public and private utilities and other purposes. The state is very powerful in matters of eminent domain.
Our Mission Is To Protect Your Property Rights
Our mission, at the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm, is to ensure that your rights are respected when your property is targeted for acquisition, and that you receive fair compensation for it. We, at the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm, handle almost every kind of eminent domain case. From houses to malls, we accept cases involving partial takings, total takings, easements and rights of way.
Condemnation Attorneys Serving The Entire State Of North Carolina
We may research your situation to be certain the condemnation is justified, that the action is indeed in the public interest, and that the price you have been offered reflects the true value of the property.
Call toll free statewide 877-393-4990 today for a no-cost case evaluation or describe your situation using this online form.
Our North Carolina eminent domain attorneys work on a contingency basis - you owe us no attorney's fee unless we get you more than what the government offered you for your property. An experienced NC Eminent Domain lawyer may be able to help you fight for the full compensation for your property.