Your Property, Our Focus

Representing Landowners Who Want To Keep What Is Theirs

Texas landowners facing condemnation proceedings are seldom happy to give up their property, even when a high price tag is attached to it. But eminent domain law is powerful. It gives government entities and private parties acting under government authority broad powers in taking land. The fact is, in most cases, there is little a landowner can do to stop a condemnation.

This does not mean landowners are powerless in these conflicts. In fact, they are far from it, as the attorneys at McFarland PLLC well know. Our law firm stands up for the rights of landowners facing condemnation actions throughout Texas. While eminent domain law is powerful, landowners have rights, too. Our attorneys are here to help you exercise those rights to their absolute maximum potential.

Is The Condemnation Action Legal?

If the condemnation is not legal, we can take urgent and decisive action to stop it. An unlawful condemnation occurs when:

  • The party attempting to take your land is not a government entity or a private entity acting under government authority.
  • The party does not intend to use the acquired land for public use.
  • The party does not offer the landowner fair and just compensation for the land.

In most condemnation cases we encounter, the first two criteria are met. The best means for landowners to assert their rights, therefore, is the third point: by compelling the condemning entity to pay full and fair value for the land they are taking.

Maximizing Your Recovery

This is the area of eminent domain law in which our law firm routinely excels. We have a long and proven record of success helping landowners recover fair and just compensation in condemnation actions, including one of the largest jury verdicts ever obtained against the State of Texas.

We painstakingly prepare cases to exert maximum pressure on the entities seeking to take our clients’ land. Our thorough approach to valuing land and assessing its profitability allows us to negotiate from a position of strength and, when necessary, advocate for our clients’ interests in court.

Guiding You To The Best Possible Result

If circumstances permit, we will fight to help you keep your land. If that is simply not possible, we will draw upon our extensive trial experience to help you maximize your financial recovery. To explore your options with an experienced condemnation law attorney in Texas, contact our law firm online or by telephone at 844-877-9190.