George Padgitt is an income partner with Sever Storey practicing in Ohio. Mr. Padgitt has a thorough knowledge of Ohio and Indiana eminent domain and condemnation law–especially inverse condemnation. Mr. Padgitt graduated from Wabash College in 2009 and immediately went to the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He received his J.D. in May of 2012. George has been with the firm since mid-2011.
Shiloh Daum has been practicing as an attorney since 2004, and his entire career has been devoted to helping those who have been harmed by the actions of others. He began his practice in Raleigh, North Carolina where he worked at a boutique firm handling many types of complex civil litigation cases. He has experience in a variety of complicated matters, including federal class action cases and those that have been designated as “Exceptional Cases” by the North Carolina Courts. He currently focuses his practice on representing clients throughout North Carolina in eminent domain, condemnation, and other complex litigation matters.
Tonny D. Storey, Esq. is one of the founding partners of Sever Storey and has been helping individuals, families, and businesses as an attorney since 2001. Upon completion of law school, Mr. Storey served as a deputy prosecutor, where he practiced and honed his litigation skills. Currently Mr. Storey represents clients facing eminent domain or condemnaiton throughout Indiana. Through years of practice and the representation of hundreds of clients, Mr. Storey can quickly spot issues that landowners many times miss.
Jordan H. Walker, Esq. is an income partner at Sever Storey and has been with the firm in some capacity since 2010. Mr. Walker attended the University of Missouri for undergrad and earned two bachelor’s degrees–one in journalism and one in political science. Mr. Walker then set out on fulfilling his childhood dream of becoming an attorney by attending the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and graduating in 2012. Having been originally from Chicago, Mr. Walker returned to his roots and currently practices in the State of Illinois and the State of Indiana. Mr. Walker has a detailed knowledge of the laws and codes related to eminent domain in Illinois and Indiana, particularly the rules related to relocation.
Philip D. Sever, Esq. is one of the founding partners of Sever Storey and has been helping individuals, families, and businesses as an attorney since 1996. Mr. Sever has a wide range of experience representing landowners. He has provided advice to landowners (both residential and business) in hundreds of large and small condemnations in both Indiana and Ohio. Using this experience, Mr. Sever focuses on practical solutions for his clients and holding condemning authorities accountable. As the author of numerous articles and videos on eminent domain and condemantion he has taken the lead in educating landowners and attorneys about the eminent domain and condemnation process.
At Sever Storey we focus our practice on assisting and advising landowners facing eminent domain and/or condemnation. The attorneys of Sever Storey have over 25 years of combined legal experience and have been involved in hundreds of eminent domain and condemnations actions. Our mission is simple: protect the rights of landowners and hold the government … Continue reading “The Law Firm of Sever|Storey”
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