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.

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Oct
15
Attorney David Murray obtained a decision from the Mecklenburg County Superior Court reversing a City of Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) decision which found his client in violation of the City of Charlotte Zoning Ordinance for its o… Read More
Oct
1
Attorney David Murray applied his knowledge of property law and land valuation to obtain a 1.7 million dollar settlement for his clients against a developer who he believed was violating the restrictive covenants on and around the landowners’ p… Read More
Apr
16
Eminent domain is the government’s power to take private land for public use. This power stems from the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, so although it may seem like the government is overreaching when it tries to take your land, this right… Read More
Apr
10
Your land is yours — or so you thought. Then you received a letter from the government informing you that it is taking your land through the power of eminent domain to expand an airport, for a public utilities project, or some other use. Your first… Read More