Experienced Eminent Domain Lawyers near Milwaukee
The right to own, use and exclude others from your property (regardless of its form as land, personal property or otherwise) is one of the most fundamental constitutional rights each of us as Americans are guaranteed by our State and Federal Constitutions. However, our government retains the power to take or otherwise interfere with this Constitutional right under its power of eminent domain. This power allows the government to take private property for “public purposes” or for the “public good.”
When the government uses this power, it must pay for the rights it takes by providing “just compensation” to the property owner. We have vast experience protecting the rights of property owners not only to obtain “just compensation,” but also in recognizing and defending many other questions that often arise during what is often a complex and exhausting process.Contact
Eminent Domain and Condemnation Laws are highly complex, with most property owners unaware of their rights. As a landowner, you may find yourself in a confusing “game” that you never foresaw and never asked to play. Unfortunately, most lawyers are unaware of the complexity involved in an eminent domain matter and often provide inadequate representation. No matter the specifics of your eminent domain case, it is strongly suggested that you seek legal advice from an attorney experienced in this area of the law.
The eminent domain lawyers at Niebler Pyzyk have unrivaled experience at negotiating and litigating condemnation cases in Wisconsin, as well as across the U.S. at the federal court level. Early intervention by an attorney in eminent domain cases will help you fully understand what your options and rights are.
Having an attorney on your side saves you from being intimidated by the condemner, signing an inequitable deal, missing a hidden deadline or potentially adding insult to injury by receiving less than what you are truly entitled to. If your property is the subject of eminent domain, we have the expertise, the reputation and the resources to develop and present your case and protect your constitutional right to “just compensation.”