Helping Businesses and Individuals When Private Property Is Taken
Eminent domain, which is a government’s power to take private property and its obligation to pay fair cash market value, often creates havoc for owners, whether commercial, industrial, agricultural, or residential property is affected. Although the condemnation of property is increasingly controversial, clients faced with the forced taking by a governmental entity often find themselves with few options for protecting their constitutional rights. As a trusted eminent domain attorney in the Chicagoland area, the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C. will ensure your rights are protected and fight for the compensation you deserve for your property.
Learn about condemnation, the legal process by which a government can take a portion or all of your property when exercising its power of eminent domain.
Learn about the special condemnation process when IDOT or the Tollway take a portion or all of your property.
Learn the differences between partial takings, including temporary and permanent easements, full takings, and non-traditional types of takings and how each type can affect a property owner.
Attorney Bryan P. Lynch is an eminent domain attorney located in Chicago focused on helping clients identify their options so they can make the necessary decisions during the condemnation process, which is often stressful.
Our eminent domain and condenation cases are handled on a contingent fee basis. We are only paid if we obtain an increase in compensation that is 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. Our relocation cases are also handled on a contingency basis.
The Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C. aggressively represents clients in condemnation proceedings against all taking agencies to secure the just compensation they deserve. We also handle real estate transactions for commercial real estate, investment grade retail, agricultural, multifamily and industrial properties. Learn more about the different aspects of eminent domain and our representation above.