FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Do I need to hire a lawyer?
By retaining a lawyer in the condemnation process, you may be able to minimize the impact of the project on your property and/or business and maximize the compensation you receive. A lawyer may help you understand your rights, get fair compensation and navigate a complex legal system for the best possible outcome.
Who is responsible for attorney fee's?
Under Florida law, your attorney's fees and reasonable costs incurred must be paid by the condemning authority. Reasonable costs can include numerous experts hired by your attorney, on your behalf, such as appraisers, engineers, accountants, land planners, architects and others depending on the issues and complexity involved in your case. These fee's and cost's are in addition to the compensation and/or business damages paid to you.
What types of property owners do you represent?
Our firm represents property owners, including corporations, small business owners and homeowners against the government in condemnation proceedings. Click on our RESULTS tab to see details of some of our client's outcomes.
What Counties in Florida do you practice?
All! Alachua County, Baker County, Bay County, Bradford County, Brevard County, Broward County, Calhoun County, Charlotte County,
Citrus County, Clay County, Collier County, Columbia County, De Soto County, Dixie County, Duval County, Escambia County, Flagler County, Franklin County, Gadsden County, Gilchrist County, Glades County, Gulf County, Hamilton County, Hardee County, Hendry County, Hernando County, Highlands County. Hillsborough County, Holmes County, Indian River County, Jackson County, Jefferson County, Lafayette County, Lake County, Lee County, Leon County, Levy County, Liberty County, Madison County, Manatee County, Marion County, Martin County, Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, Nassau County, Okaloosa County, Okeechobee County, Orange County, Osceola County, Palm Beach County, Pasco County, Pinellas County, Polk County, Putnam County, St. Johns County, St. Lucie County, Santa Rosa County, Sarasota County, Seminole County, Sumter County, Suwannee County, Taylor County, Union County, Volusia County, Wakulla County, Walton County and Washington County.
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