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Kentucky Attorneys Advising Parties to a Condemnation Action

The lawyers at Jeffrey M. Sanders, PLLC have consistently met the needs of our clients by responding to complex problems arising from the impact of eminent domain on a business's or businessperson's operations.

The use of the government’s eminent domain power, also known as a government taking, occurs when a government entity, such as a city or state, condemns a privately held property to convert it to public use. In these condemnation actions, a private property owner has the right to contest the condemnation or the amount the city or state paid the property owner to justly compensate the owner for the taking. To ensure these rights, the government must condemn the private property by providing adequate notice and procedures to the property owner. The government must also have a proper public purpose for the property it condemns.

If you want to contest your property's condemnation, or are seeking just compensation and fair market value for your property, don't hesitate to contact us today at our Kentucky law office of Jeffrey M. Sanders. Call, fax or e-mail us for an initial consultation.

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Our skilled lawyers are fully prepared to take environmental contamination claims, involving resources such as soil and water, to jury verdicts. Our wealth of litigation experience and talent for staying abreast of environmental law can make a big difference in the outcome of your lawsuit.

At Jeffrey M. Sanders’ law office, we welcome the opportunity to work with you to resolve your condemnation issues effectively and efficiently. We're known throughout the Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati areas for our large-firm experience and small-firm commitment to you.

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We want to hear the details of your condemnation case and discuss how we can bring our experience and commitment to the task of representing your interests. Contact Jeffrey M. Sanders, PLLC today and set your initial consultation.