You wouldn't believe the low-ball offers the government or a corporation makes to landowners like you when they want to scoop up your property for their pet project. You owe it to yourself to make sure you get full compensation for both the land taken plus the damages to any remaining property. You should not be tricked or bullied into accepting less than you deserve. Your land may be your biggest asset. When all or a large part of that land is being taken for a public project, you deserve to receive maximum value. We specialize in protecting commercial, industrial, special-use and large-tract landowners throughout Texas who are facing eminent domain taking of their property. Our focus is helping you receive maximum compensation for your property.
When your land may be taken for a public project, you may wonder: How do I protect myself? What can a Texas eminent domain lawyer do for me? Who is the best Texas eminent domain attorney for my particular case? Let Austin eminent domain condemnation attorney David Todd show you how the condemnation process works and how to protect your rights and get maximum value for your property.
Before you talk to anyone or sign any paperwork, you should read our free "Texas Eminent Domain Condemnation Guide". It will explain the condemnation process, help you avoid common landowner mistakes and explain how an eminent domain attorney can help you get maximum value for your land. You may also request our free custom map of your property showing the proposed project route to help you understand how you will be affected. All this free information will help you make better choices in protecting your rights as a landowner. It will also help you decide if you need the help of a lawyer.
"No Win No Fee" Guarantee.
We believe you should be able to get expert help obtaining maximum compensation for your land without any up-front legal fee. That is why, for the cases we accept, we do not charge an up-front fee. With our "No Win No Fee" Guarantee you pay zero legal fees unless we get you more than the first offer you receive. If we do get you more for your land than the first offer, our fee is a portion of that additional compensation we obtained for you.
Condemnation projects can move quickly and deadlines affect your legal rights, so don't delay. Take the first step by finding out if the offer for your land is fair and learning how we can help. Learn how the process works and how to protect your rights by downloading your free copy of our "Texas Eminent Domain Condemnation Guide". Also, check out our answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Eminent Domain.
If you want the peace of mind that comes with:
- A free confidential case evaluation
- Protection from right-of-way agent "dirty tricks"
- Our free Texas Eminent Domain Guide explaining how to protect your rights
- Our "No Win No Fee" Guarantee