Eminent Domain is the legal principle that gives the state the power to expropriate, or take, private property for public use, provided fair compensation is given to the owner. This process is critical for the construction and expansion of public infrastructure such as roads and bridges.
Our attorneys at Daigle Fisse & Kessenich have a vast understanding of the complexities of eminent domain law. We serve as outside litigation counsel for the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development in connection with its expropriation of real property for the construction and expansion of road and bridge projects throughout Louisiana.
Our role involves representing the interests of the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development in court, ensuring that the expropriation process is carried out lawfully, and that the rights of all parties involved are respected.
Our extensive experience and knowledge in this area allows us to provide comprehensive legal counsel, ensuring that the state can proceed with vital infrastructure projects, while also safeguarding the rights and interests of property owners.
When you choose Daigle Fisse & Kessenich, you’re choosing a firm with a distinguished reputation in eminent domain law. Contact us today to learn how we can assist you with your legal needs.