North Carolina land condemnation

“Condemnation” may sound pretty extreme, but don’t lose sight of the fact that you are entitled to fair compensation for your property. And many times you have to fight to define what’s “fair.”

Do you need a North Carolina land condemnation attorney?

You’ve just received a scary letter from the government saying they’ve “condemned” your property and they’re taking the very land you live on. Or you’re a business owner and the government notifies you they’re taking just a piece of your property – the very piece that makes it possible to run your business in the first place.

The good news is that you’re entitled to just compensation for your property. The bad news is that determining exactly what “just” compensation means in any given situation can be tricky. The government, like any other buyer, wants to spend the smallest amount possible to acquire the property.

Free guide to eminent domain

Download your free copy of our eminent domain guide to find out what you can do to help protect your rights as a property owner and what steps you should take that may help increase your recovery.

In this free guide to eminent domain, you will learn:

  • What eminent domain is
  • The eminent domain process
  • The appraisal process
  • How having a condemnation lawyer can help you
  • Frequently asked questions
  • Common misconceptions
  • Additional resources to better understand the complicated process

Draw on our inside knowledge to fight the government

In North Carolina, attorneys with NCDOT experience are few and far between…

We have four.

Stan Abrams, the author of our free guide to eminent domain, worked as an assistant attorney general, where he represented the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) in condemnation litigation throughout the state. That provides him with essential knowledge of the state’s approach to eminent domain takings.

Stan is joined by Jason Campbell, Ken Sack, and Kevin Mahoney, who also have years of experience in how condemnations work from inside the NCDOT. Jason was the primary attorney on the Department’s largest case ever at that point.

With more than 85 years of combined experience, our four formidable advocates know the ins and outs of land condemnation proceedings – and may be able to use that inside experience to your benefit.

Get a free case
evaluation today.

There are only a handful of attorneys in NC who practice eminent domain exclusively, and even fewer with NCDOT experience. We have several. That’s why its worth getting in touch with us for a free case evaluation.

Here’s how it works:

1) Tell us about your situation.

2) We research your property as needed, using DOT maps, our own technology, and experience to see the exact effects.

3) We let you know what we think a fair offer would be. This evaluation is free, and there’s no
pressure or obligation to hire us after.

But please don’t wait to act. Waiting can hurt your case, and the cost is the same: free.

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