At Biersdorf & Associates, we exclusively battle the government and other condemning authority on behalf of property owners to recover claims for losses occurring in eminent domain and other property valuation cases.
We have experience as eminent domain attorneys representing land owners with the following issues: challenging the right to take, recovery of additional damages, inverse condemnation claims, regulatory takings, land use issues and constitutional law issues related to real estate.
Are you facing eminent domain and need an eminent domain attorney? Are you familiar with eminent domain and do you know what to expect when the government initiates the acquisition process? If not, you should learn more about eminent domain. If you are familiar with eminent domain, then select your state below to learn more about property rights, eminent domain attorneys, and the eminent domain laws that are specific to your state.
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We have designed this website as a tool for your to learn more about eminent domain, also known as condemnation law. Please browse through the information contained within these various pages to learn more about the process that the government will use to acquire your property and how you can get the help you need to ensure that you are fairly compensated for your losses.
Eminent domain is the power of the government to take private property and convert it into public use. The Fifth Amendment provides that the government may only exercise this power if they provide just compensation to the property owners. Federal, State and Local governments may take private property through their power of eminent domain or may regulate it by exercising their power. A variety of property rights are subject to eminent domain, such as air, water and land rights.
You should know that property rights and the eminent domain process vary by state, and in some states, attorney’s fees are paid for by the condemning authority. For these reasons, we have created state specific content related to the eminent domain process, property rights, and eminent domain attorney. If you are in the state of Wisconsin for example, you can review hiring a Wisconsin eminent domain attorney, learn about the Wisconsin eminent domain process as well as your property rights in the state.
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