Attorney Isaac Thorp Featured on Spectrum News Discussing How the 540 Project Could Cost Property Owners Thousands

Attorney Isaac Thorp Featured on Spectrum News

Attorney Isaac Thorp discusses how the 540 project could cost property owners thousands on Spectrum News. Watch the video below to find out more!

If the 540 project goes through your property, contact an attorney today. Legislation recently signed by Governor Roy Cooper requires people to file claims before January 1st, 2020 if they feel they are entitled to more money, particularly compounded interest on properties sold to the government. If owners do not file by then, they are entitled only to simple interest, which could mean a difference of more than $150,000 in compensation for property owners.

Our eminent domain attorney in Raleigh, NC are here to answer your questions and help you fight for what’s yours and make your claim before the law goes into effect. Call (919) 373-3390 to contact the attorney of Thorp Law.