McFarland Condemnation Attorneys

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Experienced Lawyers For Inverse Condemnation Actions

If your land has been taken by a public entity or a private entity acting under government authority, your rights do not end when the land is no longer yours. If the taking results in diminished use of adjacent land or adversely affected you in other ways, you may have rights under inverse condemnations or regulatory takings law. The lawyers at McFarland PLLC understand those rights and are here to protect them to the full extent of the law.

Is An Inverse Condemnation Action Warranted?

In most condemnation actions, it is the government that exerts its power over the individual landowner. The key difference in an inverse condemnation case is that it is the landowner and not the government initiating legal action. Actions taken by government entities that may warrant an inverse condemnation lawsuit include:

  • Taking land without fairly compensating the landowner
  • Imposing restrictions that limit the productive use of the property
  • Restricting access to property
  • Creating noise pollution and other nuisances
  • Denying permits or variances that would allow for the land’s use

Our attorneys have significant experience handling inverse condemnation and regulatory taking cases for commercial, industrial, and special-use landowners. We draw upon decades of experience in Texas eminent domain law to deliver outstanding results for people like you.

Discuss Your Legal Options With An Experienced Lawyer

If you have questions about regulatory takings and other eminent domain issues in Texas, our lawyers are here for you. To arrange a legal consultation with an experienced condemnation law attorney in Texas, contact our law offices online or by telephone at 844-877-9190.