When an Ohio landowner is faced with eminent domain, it can be a very difficult and trying experience.  The condemning authority is attempting to tell you what your property is worth.  Can you even fight against the government?  You only have 30 days to respond to the condemning authority’s offer.  How can you possibly determine what your property is really worth in such a short period of time?  You are not an appraiser.  Where do you even start?

Most landowners are confronted with all of these questions and many more when facing eminent domain in Ohio.  Important information coming!  THERE IS HELP OUT THERE!  Eminent Domain attorneys everywhere, Sever Storey included, are waiting for your call and eager to help.  An eminent domain attorney will have experience handling these issues and will be able to help you through the process.  An eminent domain attorney can review your offer from the condemning authority and advise you how to move forward.  An eminent domain attorney can connect you to a qualified appraiser that will help you get just compensation for your land.

Sever Storey does all of these things for our clients and more.  So if you are an Ohio landowner facing eminent domain, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We will provide a free consultation geared towards determining if you have received a fair offer.  No strings attached.  If you have not, then we will help you identify areas where you should be entitled to more compensation.  We will also help you to develop a complete theory of valuation for your property.

Remember, you only have one opportunity to be compensated for the taking of your property.  There are no mulligans in condemnation law.  So be sure to consult an attorney when you find yourself facing eminent domain.

For more information about the eminent domain attorneys at Sever Storey, or if you are involved in your own eminent domain dispute, please contact our office at any time at 1-888-318-3761 or visit us on the web at www.landownerattorneys.com.

George Padgitt

Sever Storey

Eminent Domain and Condemnation Attorneys for Landowners