North Carolina Condemnation Law Attorneys
By law, you are entitled to the fair market value of your land, building and improvements. You do not have to accept the terms you are offered by the condemning agency. You have options, and we can guide you through them.
Aggressively Seeking Dismissal - Reversal - Revaluation
Working closely with you, the lawyers at the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm chart a course to try to achieve the objective that is most important to you. This may involve:
- Challenges to the taking
- Jury trial
- Grounds for dismissal, reversal or revaluation
Knowledgeable Reversal And Revaluation Lawyers
The government has the power to condemn your land, but it doesn't get to decide how much you'll be paid. You have the right to have a local jury tell the government how much it owes you for the taking.
Our firm works for you on a contingency fee basis. This means if we don't get you any additional compensation over what the government offered you for your property, we don't recover an attorney's fee.
Condemned In North Carolina? Dismissal Is An Option.
An experienced NC Eminent Domain Law Firm attorney may be able to help you fight for the full compensation for your property that you may deserve. Call the North Carolina condemnation law attorneys toll free at 1-877-393-4990 today for a no-cost case evaluation, or describe your situation using this online form.