Be Represented by a Law Firm That is Well-Established in Eminent Domain Cases

  1. Home
  2.  » 
  3. Practice Areas
  4.  » Inverse Condemnation

Legal Services For Inverse Condemnation And Eminent Domain

There are a few reasons you may require a condemnation attorney in or around Irvine, California. Eminent domain refers to the government’s right to take private property for public use. However, the government must provide property owners just compensation for their losses. Condemnation proceedings are initiated by governments. Meanwhile, inverse condemnation suits are brought by property owners who believe that the government has taken or damaged private property without following the Eminent Domain Law and without filing an eminent domain case.

Our inverse condemnation attorneys focus on how landowners can obtain just compensation for public sector projects or takings. If you believe your property has been taken or damaged by government action or inaction, it is in your best interest to contact one of our condemnation attorneys.

iStock-466704564_condemnation

Why Should An Inverse Condemnation Attorney Be Hired For An Eminent Domain Case?

Inverse condemnation can involve a complex process in order to obtain constitutionally mandated just compensation for the government’s taking and/or damaging of private property.  Hiring the right inverse condemnation attorney is crucial to assist you in navigating that process.

Working With Our Inverse Condemnation Attorneys In Irvine, California

At Palmieri, Hennessey & Leifer, our attorneys are well-versed in the complexities of eminent domain law. We have over three decades of experience in this area, have litigated over 2,000 cases and won million-dollar settlements for our clients. In inverse condemnation suits, we can help you determine what is just compensation for your losses. Additionally, we can also provide guidance on property valuations, so that you get a fair assessment of your property’s worth.

Although it’s possible to represent yourself in a lawsuit, you must be prepared. Remember that your opponents are powerful governmental entities with extensive legal teams. Many property owners may not be aware that developers and utility companies must meet strict guidelines to earn eminent domain rights.

At Palmieri, Hennessey & Leifer, our condemnation attorneys in Irvine, California, will advocate for your rights in condemnation proceedings. We are familiar with the complexities of eminent domain law and have helped many clients obtain the compensation they were entitled to.

How Our Inverse Condemnation Attorneys Can Help

When you contact us, our eminent domain attorneys help you take the first steps toward securing your rights.

Our qualified inverse condemnation attorneys can help you obtain compensation for:

  • The taking and damaging of private property caused by freeway, infrastructure (oil/pipeline construction as well as water and power facilities) and public street projects
  • The taking and damaging of private property caused by public walking trails, open spaces, and bike trails
  • The taking and damaging of private property from landslides
  • The taking and damaging of private property from unreasonable interference with access.
  • Damages resulting from the government’s pre-condemnation conduct

Our talented team of lawyers has successfully taken on cases that were declined by other legal firms. As Southern California’s premier law firm, we have a successful track record in representing clients in inverse condemnation proceedings against government entities in Southern California and throughout the State of California.

Contact Our Law Firm For An Initial Consultation

The attorneys at Palmieri, Hennessey & Leifer, LLP, have helped clients win sizable settlements in inverse condemnation proceedings. To schedule an initial consultation, for more information or if you would like to speak to one of our condemnation attorneys, please contact our law office in Irvine, California, at 949-652-2622. Alternatively, you can also use our online contact form.