At Prime Law Group, LLC we represent businesses and individuals in proceedings where the government exercises its power of eminent domain to take private property for public or private purposes. Helping commercial, industrial, residential, and agricultural clients throughout Mchenry County and other counties including, Will, Lake, Kane, Kendall, and DuPage.
We handle all eminent domain and condemnation cases on a contingent fee basis. We are only paid if we obtain for you an increase over and above the government’s offer. If we do not obtain an increase over the compensation offered by the city, county, state, or federal government, you will pay us no attorney fee. Contact us to arrange a free initial consultation.
Eminent Domain • Condemnation • Inverse Condemnation • Just Compensation
Eminent domain, which includes a government’s power to take private property, as well as its obligation to pay fair cash market value, often creates havoc for owners, whether they own commercial, industrial, agricultural, or residential property. Although the condemnation of property is increasingly controversial, clients faced with the imposition of a government’s power often find themselves with few realistic options for protecting their constitutional rights. Prime Law Group, LLC will help to ensure your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you deserve for your property.
Understand Your Rights And Obtain Just Compensation
With extensive experience preparing for and handling eminent domain cases, Prime Law Group, can explore all options in helping to protect your rights.
We maintain a level of attention and dedication befitting each client’s unique property and circumstance, and have built an excellent record in assisting our clients. Contact our firm today for a free consultation to learn more about how we can help you.
Advancing each client’s interests is our priority, and we are aggressive in our efforts to protect owners’ rights when the government seeks to take their land. We pride ourselves on early preparation, a nuanced analysis of each case, and the conviction that the Constitution entitles property owners to just compensation, which often is not the compensation offered by the government.