At Henson Fuerst, our first priority is protecting the rights of North Carolina residents that are facing Land Condemnation. Major construction projects organized by the NC Department of Transportation and other state agencies can leave hundreds of North Carolina residents confused and frustrated about the status of their property.

Henson Fuerst wants to keep you informed about all of the upcoming construction and development projects that may affect your community. On this page, you can explore FREE local seminars that will be held by the experienced North Carolina Land Condemnation attorneys of Henson Fuerst.

If you live in a community that will be impacted by any upcoming development project or received a letter of Land Condemnation from any North Carolina state agency, join us to learn more about your legal rights.

We look forward to speaking with you in person and helping you better understand the complex legal issues surrounding Eminent Domain and Land Condemnation.

Project: R-3300 Hampstead Bypass – New Hanover & Pender Counties
 Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Location: Hampstead Women’s Club, 14435 US Highway 17, Hampstead, NC 28443

Henson Fuerst Client Meeting
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Purpose: Discuss the future of cases in more depth with those who would like to share and gather information on strategy going forward.

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Purpose: Discuss how the Kirby case victory can/will impact property owners in New Hanover and Pender counties and the issue of damages for determination – what was taken from you, what it is worth, and what DOT should pay you for the taking as well as for your costs, interest, and attorneys’ fees.