Posts Tagged ‘north carolina land condemnation lawyers’
What is a Superstreet Design?
With the rapid growth and building development going on in North Carolina, figuring out ways to alleviate road congestion has been a top priority for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). A design they are now using is called synchronized streets, often referred to as superstreets. With a superstreet, traffic from a side street…Read More
Top 5 Ways to Mess Up Your Case
The top five things you can do to mess up your land condemnation case. If the government is getting ready to take your land in an eminent domain land condemnation case, here are the top five things you can do to ruin your case. One, sign a right of entry agreement with the Department of…Read More
How Are Lawyers Paid?
When you hire a lawyer to represent you in an eminent domain land condemnation case, in most cases, it will be on a contingency fee basis, which means that your lawyer will get paid a percentage of what you receive once your case is settled. If you don’t recover anything, then the lawyer doesn’t get…Read More
Attention: Henson Fuerst Offices Will Serve as Drop-Off Locations for Much Needed Supplies in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew
Hurricane Matthew has left many families, homes and businesses in North Carolina devastated by severe flooding. There are many people in these communities in need of help and support at this difficult time. Henson Fuerst will be serving as a drop-off location for North Carolina shelters that are in desperate need of supplies after the…Read More
New Rail Terminal Project Will Have Major Impact on Residents of Nash and Edgecomb Counties
Rocky Mount, North Carolina will be the home for a new rail terminal known as the Carolina Connector, or CCX. This project will connect rail lines from across the country in one main area, providing the region with a new major transportation hub. CSX Corporation and the state of North Carolina will be holding open…Read More
U.S 70 Bypass Opens in Goldsboro, NC
On June 3, 2016 residents around the Goldsboro, NC area woke up to the opening of the final leg of the Goldsboro Bypass. The Goldsboro Bypass is one part of a larger North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) initiative called the US 70 Corridor Project. The U.S 70 Corridor is one of the primary east-west…Read More
Attorney Anne Duvoisin Publishes Article on Land Condemnation for the American Bar Association
Henson Fuerst Land Condemnation partner Anne Duvoisin had a recent article published by the American Bar Association for her coverage of the Sabal Pipeline litigation in Florida. Sabal Trail Transmission project is a natural gas pipeline that would cover over 33 miles of land from southwestern Alabama through Georgia and Florida. While this case involves…Read More