When Selecting an Attorney What Criteria Should I Consider?

There are many things to consider when hiring an attorney and the main thing to look at is their experience. You want an attorney who handles eminent domain cases on a regular basis and is experienced in all facets of landowner’s rights.

An experienced attorney will know how to properly evaluate appraisers and appraisal reports, will not be compromised by local politics or other potential government represented work, and will not hesitate to take a case to trial.

At Henson Fuerst you can count on our experienced attorneys to be by your side the entire time to help you get the most positive outcome you deserve. Most of our condemnation cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. In those cases where a contingency fee is not applicable or advisable, we may also represent landowners on an hourly basis. One of our experienced North Carolina Land Owners’ Rights lawyers can meet with you to determine what is the best alternative for you.

We’ll answer all of your questions about property owners’ rights, and help you determine the most positive course of action based on the facts and circumstances surrounding your situation. Call Henson Fuerst land condemnation lawyers at 919-781-1107.  We’re Here For You.