YOUR PROPERTY IS OUR PRIORITY

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WE CAN HELP PROTECT YOU FROM UNFAIR EMINENT DOMAIN PRACTICES

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HENSON FUERST ATTORNEYS YOUR COMMERCIAL CONDEMNATION TEAM

David-Henson

David Henson

Owner and partner David Henson joined Henson Fuerst in 1998 to represent those individuals, businesses, and churches confronted with the possibility of losing their land to the government.

Anne-Duvoisin

Anne Duvoisin

Anne joined Henson Fuerst in 2003 having litigated complex cases in courts across North Carolina. With nearly 40 years of experience, she focuses on land condemnation, land contamination, and similar related claims.

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Chris Beacham

Chris has litigated personal injury, civil rights, contract, construction, and multiple land condemnation cases in North Carolina State and Federal Courts.

WHY COMMERCIAL CASES ARE DIFFERENT

Commercial and high value cases are not just “normal” condemnation cases. They have unique considerations and issues that require an experienced and concentrated focus in order to maximize the amounts recovered for clients. We believe that a lawyer and law firm cannot simultaneously handle hundreds of residential cases and balance that with the unique and highly needs to specialized commercial cases at the same time. One must decide to do one or the other. Businesses, residential and commercial developers, and other high value property owners are involved in high stakes litigation when a condemnation taking is occurring. These cases may involve complicated issues such as driveway access, new service roads, easements, zoning issues and more.

$1.9 MILLION FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY TAKING REAL LIFE RESULTS

573% ABOVE THE INITIAL OFFER

Two tracts of land were being impacted by the Department of Transportation for a bypass project. The first parcel was a 7-acre tract of land on a two-lane highway zoned residential performance. Our attorneys, through retained experts, successfully argued the best use of the property was for commercial development with reasonably probable rezoning to industrial transitional. This part of the case involved both a direct condemnation claim as well as a Map Act claim. The second tract involved a parcel of more than 100 acres which was intended for residential development, but which had some challenging wetland issues that complicated the case. This parcel only included a Map Act claim. The initial offer from the Department was for $282,250. The case was negotiated prior to litigation for a total settlement of $1,900,000, an increase of more than 573%. **

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TIME IS OF THE Essence

A formal “Answer” regarding a “Condemnation Complaint” must be filed on behalf of the property owner within a set time frame. Failure to file an answer within the required time frame can result in the property owner being prevented from contesting the damages paid.

If you are facing pending condemnation—or the seizure of your commercial property—don’t let the government’s team back you any further into a corner. Talk with the experienced eminent domain and land condemnation attorneys at Henson Fuerst who protect the rights of property owners, like you, across North Carolina.

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