Land Condemnation for Highways

When you purchased your home you couldn’t foresee that it would one day become designated as the site of an interstate highway. But if a new right of way is approved to run through your property, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) can seize it through eminent domain. In such a case, you can be forced to give up your home or other property. Let us stand with you to make it a fair fight.

Eminent Domain clause, for building new roads

The attorneys at Thorp Law will work tirelessly to win you full compensation that reflects your land’s highest and best use. Our carefully vetted, expert land appraisers will assess the value of your property by establishing comparables, profitable usages, and the like. As seasoned trial lawyers (25 years and counting), we’ll work their expertise into a story that can resonate with a jury—and can lead to a favorable verdict. We are prepared to take a stand in court to fight for the compensation you deserve.

If your property may be condemned by the North Carolina Department of Transportation for a new road or highway, don’t hesitate to take action—and receive just compensation. Fill out a contact form or call Thorp Law today. 

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