Eminent Domain Abuse

The threat of eminent domain — the government taking your property for public use — and the condemnation process is difficult for most people to understand unless and until they have been through it. The United States is the Land of the Free. So, many people have a hard time understanding that the government can simply take their property and pay, as compensation, what may only be a fraction of the property's real value.

If you feel as though the government is abusing its eminent domain power, you have options. For example, if the government is taking your property for a planned roadway, there may be alternate routes available that would not impact your property. When possible, I can help you explore other avenues to avoid an impact to your property.

No matter how you are being treated unfairly by the government, there are steps you can take to protect your rights as a property owner. I can help you.

Focused On Helping Individuals And Businesses With Their Eminent Domain Issues

I am attorney Keenya T. Justice of The Justice Firm, LLC. For more than a decade, I have been helping individuals, businesses and churches fight for the real value of their property when the government is trying to take it away from them. I have a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and an undergraduate degree in finance. My extensive experience in eminent domain allows me to help people understand the process, their rights and what can be done to ensure that they are treated fairly by the government.

Eminent Domain Abuse Attorney Serving Charlotte And Throughout North Carolina

If you feel you are not being treated fairly by the government, turn to The Justice Firm, LLC. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 704-412-4650 or contact my office online.

The Justice Firm, LLC, works on a contingency fee basis. Our fee is one-third of the ADDITIONAL compensation we earn for you.