High-Pressure Gas Pipelines Cut Through Family Farm
"...Nor shall private property be taken for public use Without Just Compensation”
5th Amendment, United States Constitution
CASES & RESULTS
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settled for over 3.3 times gas company offer
The installation of high-pressure, interstate gas pipelines through a family’s farmland bisected the farm fields, reduced crop yields, raised concerns about harmful pipeline impacts, and interfered with the future use of the property.
Our representation included:
Negotiating a settlement amount that was over 3.3 times greater than the initial offer;
Negotiating the terms of a detailed settlement agreement; and
Negotiating the permanent pipeline easement language.
NOTE: Eminent Domain law is complex and changes frequently. Past case results do not indicate or guarantee future results. Every case has unique facts and circumstances and must be considered on its own merits.
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