We can tell you about our track record, our guarantee, and our past results. Instead, we’ll let our clients do the talking.

Tell us about your case
Typing on Laptop

What our clients say

What you’re about to read are real reviews and testimonials from actual clients. We have not altered them in any way excepting to correct spelling, protect client confidentiality, or otherwise comply with professional ethical standards.

Former GA Eminent Domain Law Firm client Glenn.
When the stakes were sky high, Glenn turned to us. And we delivered.

Semi-retired, Glenn was counting on his businesses in NC to help generate income — but the DOT there had other plans. They told Glenn they were taking huge pieces of his land; worse, they offered him much less than he knew it was worth. It was going to take some serious research to get the DOT to budge.

We were up to the task. This was Glenn’s first time going through this, but we had “other side” experience from working for a state DOT. We knew how to challenge their appraisal, counter with our own expert analysis, and get Glenn over 300% more in just compensation.1,3

Former GA Eminent Domain Law Firm client Tony.
You don’t need to know the law to recognize a lowball offer…

When Tony Dickens got his offer from the NCDOT, he was sure it was some kind of mistake. Less than $2,000? After confirming the offer was accurate, Tony refused to give in. He called and asked us to fight for everything he was entitled to under the law.

Good thing he did. Through hard work, meticulous research, and forceful negotiation, we got the government to up his offer to $43,150 — an increase of more than 2,000%.1 Tony was very happy with the outcome and the personal care he received along the way.3

Ferondo Moore
He’d already doubled the offer, but something told him to call…

Ferondo Moore was offered $38,000 for a utility easement that the DOT claimed “wouldn’t affect” his business. No stranger to real estate deals, Ferondo was able to convince the DOT to nearly double that offer. Even so, a friend suggested he contact us.

If Ferondo had not listened to his friend’s advice, he would not have realized the life-changing extent of that easement’s damages to his business until it was too late. And he would have left an additional $337,000 on the table — 10x more.1