NCDOT Won’t Budge? Enlist Your Neighbors in the Fight
It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood - until the NCDOT comes knocking door to door.
When that happens, you know you're in for a fight. And not necessarily a fair fight.
The good news (in a backhanded way) is that your next door neighbor may be in for the same fight. Maybe your neighboring business is losing half their parking spaces, or a next door neighbor's home is being taken too. If that's the case all of you may be in for the fight of your lives - or livelihood.
Band together. The Johnsons and their neighbors did. And, because there are often issues and situations an experienced eminent domain attorney may be able to address, that individuals might not necessarily consider, they hired us to review their individual claims.
Click here to see how joining together helped the Johnsons prove their property was worth double* what the NCDOT claimed. Here's a story from one of the Johnson's neighbors whom we also represented. (We helped prove their property was worth triple* what the NCDOT claimed.)
NC Eminent Domain Law Firm Will Review Every Case - Free
Our eminent domain attorneys have more than 25 years of collective experience dealing with these very issues. We also have two attorneys on staff who previously represented the NCDOT throughout North Carolina. They are an invaluable resource to all our eminent domain attorneys and staff as they work to try to help the condemning authorities view your property in a way that's most favorable to you.
While each eminent domain land taking situation is unique, it's been our experience that in some cases, banding together with your neighbors to fight the NCDOT can potentially work to your benefit. If you and your neighbors are facing property condemnation, give us a call at 1-877-393-4990, or click here for a free case evaluation.
*Cases or matters referenced do not represent the law firm's entire record. Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its own merits. The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer's or a law firm's past results.