The attorneys of Johnston, Allison & Hord's Condemnation & Land Use Practice Group represent property owners whose property is taken by the government. Under the law, a property owner is entitled to compensation based on the highest and best use of the property. Our group has over fifty years experience litigating condemnation and business disputes in the courts of North Carolina, and we leverage that experience to obtain the highest possible compensation for our clients.
Johnston, Allison & Hord is currently representing property owners impacted by the NCDOT's Monroe Bypass project. The Monroe Bypass is a 19.7 mile long roadway from U.S. 74 at I-485 in eastern Mecklenburg County to U.S. 74 between the towns of Wingate and Marshville in Union County. Attorneys from the firm's Condemnation & Land Use Practice Group will be conducting free informational sessions for property owners impacted by the Monroe Bypass. There is no cost or obligation to attend. To reserve your place at an upcoming meeting, please contact us at email@example.com or 704-496-6550.