How Our Attorneys Will Handle Your Case

Our attorneys are fully committed to helping our clients whose assets and financial well-being are threatened by the taking of their property by a government or any other condemning authority. We genuinely enjoy handling eminent domain and land condemnation cases against the government and using the Constitution to help property owners. We do not want anyone to be treated unfairly by the government.

What Do We Do for You?

If, after your first discussion with us, you decide you would like for us to work together, we will begin working on your case. Depending on your particular circumstances, our work may include, but is not limited to, any of the following:

  • Initial negotiations with the condemning authority
  • Meeting with the government appraisers in an effort to obtain the best initial offer
  • Discussing potential design changes with the government engineers
  • Reviewing relocation and reestablishment benefits and offers
  • Conducting research and investigation into the value of your property
  • Hiring the proper experts that may be needed to value your case
  • Contacting the government's right-of-way agents, appraisers, government attorneys, and other parties as needed
  • Taking the issue of just compensation and fair market value to trial before a jury

Most importantly, we are there for your support and counsel. You can count on us to be there for you throughout the entire process.

Learn More

We invite you to learn more about our firm, our practice areas, and our team, and to contact us to discuss your case.

News

Apr
16
If you receive notice that the government, or someone with government authority, wants to take your property, you might be wondering what, if anything, you can do about it. Depending on the situation, your options may be limited, but you do have some… Read More
Apr
10
Your land is yours—or so you thought. Then you received a letter from the government telling you that it needs your land to widen a road, to expand an airport, for public utilities project, or some other use. Your first question is probably “… Read More
Mar
15
A 2017 land condemnation case, in which attorneys David Murray and Tommy Odom represented the landowner, illustrates the importance of not relying on an initial appraisal in a taking case. In this matter, NCDOT v. Warehouse Solutions of Charlotte, T… Read More
Feb
28
Attorney Tommy Odom of The Odom Firm was instrumental in helping to achieve justice for an employee who reported unsafe conditions at the national pharmaceutical company for which he worked. The employee risked his own career to ensure his employer w… Read More