A recently released NCDOT Legislative report breaks the news that more than $7 million dollars has been spent so far defending the NCDOT in the current Map Act litigation. To date, the DOT outside counsel has lost two trials and multiple appeals to the North Carolina Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.
In nearly all other condemnation cases across the state, the DOT uses lawyers with the NC Attorney General’s Office to handle their legal work, but these cases have been treated differently by the NC Legislature.
The attorneys of Henson Fuerst continue to file suits on behalf of property owners across the state who have been harmed by the Transportation Corridor Official Maps that were filed against their properties.
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If you have land affected by the I-540 project in Wake County, the Hampstead Bypass in Pender County, or the Shelby Bypass in Cleveland County, give us a call at (919) 781-1107 or complete our free initial consultation form to learn more about your legal rights in filing an inverse condemnation claim.
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