Knowledgeable Eminent Domain Lawyers
Just Compensation for Land Condemnation
Does the state Department of Transportation want to build a highway interchange on your land? Does a utility company want to run a power line through your farm? You may not be able to stop them, but you can make them pay the fair market value for your real estate.
Contact the eminent domain lawyers at Sigmon, Clark, today for experienced representation in matters of eminent domain. We have decades of experience helping property owners obtain the compensation they deserve. We’d like to help you, too.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation, utility companies, and public schools have a right to condemn private property so it can be used for a public purpose. They also have a right to a quick take, that is, to make an immediate financial deposit for a land owner and take immediate possession of the property. The valuation for the property in these cases is typically very low.
Many property owners do not realize they have the right to take the immediate payment for their land and also challenge the valuation in court.
Our law firm has been very successful in maximizing the financial evaluation of our clients’ property. Our assistance has been worth millions of dollars to our clients. Our experience in eminent domain/land condemnation cases translates into increased financial compensation for our clients.
Please contact our eminent domain attorneys today to discuss your case.
In cases of eminent domain, we work on a contingency fee arrangement. We take a percentage of whatever financial compensation we can recover for you over and above the initial government/utilities company deposit.
Located in Hickory, North Carolina, the eminent domain lawyers of Sigmon, Clark, Mackie, Hanvey & Ferrell, P.A., represent clients in the communities of Morganton, Lenoir, Taylorsville, Boone, Asheville, Lincolnton, Statesville, as well as residents of Catawba County, Caldwell County, Burke County, Watauga County, Buncombe County, Rutherford County, McDowell County, and Alexander County.