NCDOT to Take Property in Goldsboro as Part of US Highway 13 Widening
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will use the power of eminent domain to take property in Goldsboro as part of a road construction project that will widen US-13 from New Hope Rd. to north of Saulston Rd.
190 Goldsboro property owners are expected to be affected by the taking. Both commercial and residential properties will be taken by NCDOT as part of the Goldsboro highway widening project.
Goldsboro U.S. Highway 13 Widening
The project — #U-3609B — covers a 3-mile section of U.S. Highway 13 from New Hope Rd. to north of Saulston Rd. in Goldsboro.
NCDOT will convert the entire section of US-13 to a four-lane divided highway, and eliminate more than all left-hand turns into nearby Goldsboro businesses and residences. These changes are designed to improve traffic flow and reduce curves.
Residential and commercial property will be taken on both the north and south sides of US-13 in Goldsboro. Certain commercial businesses may be forced to relocate as a result of altered traffic patterns, and some businesses have already left.
Significant easements along property owners’ land will be taken as part of the Highway 13 widening project in Goldsboro, and these easements may significantly decrease property values.
Construction may damage existing property or structures, and property owners are entitled to compensation for any losses, as well.
“My property is being taken as part of the Goldsboro US-13 highway widening project. What can I do?”
If your residential or commercial property is being taken as part of the Highway 13 widening in Goldsboro (NCDOT project #U-3609B), you do have legal options.
While you can’t stop the government from taking your property under eminent domain, the Constitution guarantees that you are given “just compensation.” Additionally, the government’s taking may decrease the value of your remaining property, and you deserve compensation for that loss as well.
Unfortunately, in many cases, the government will try to pay as little as possible for your taken property.
Do NOT accept the government’s first offer for your taken property. You may be entitled to much more and one of our eminent domain attorneys can help.
An experienced Goldsboro eminent domain lawyer can help you get the maximum value for property taken as part of the US-13 highway widening project.
We know from experience how to negotiate with the government and secure significant settlements for property owners whose land was taken under eminent domain (see disclaimer below).
For a FREE consultation with an eminent domain lawyer regarding your property in Goldsboro, please call 1-800-525-7111.
Is NCDOT taking your property in Goldsboro?
If NCDOT is taking your property, you deserve fair compensation.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 to speak with an experienced eminent domain lawyer about property being taken in the Highway 13 widening project in Goldsboro. Remember, there are absolutely no attorney fees unless we recover additional money for you from the government for your taken property.
“You do not have to accept the government’s first offer. If your property is being taken, you deserve fair compensation and we can help you get it.”
–Gene Riddle, attorney and managing partner, Riddle & Brantley
We will listen to you, review the details of your case and advise you on your best legal options for seeking maximum compensation for your taken property.
We offer free consultations via phone, email, text and video conference, and we can even come to you if it’s more convenient.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the form below for a FREE, no-obligation consultation with a Riddle & Brantley eminent domain attorney serving clients whose property is being taken by NCDOT for US Highway 13 widening in Goldsboro.
The consultation is free and there are no upfront costs or attorney fees unless we win your case and recover additional compensation for you from the government.
Call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s review your case.
“I would recommend them to anyone. They fought hard for me.”
–Christine W., Riddle & Brantley client
Justice Counts for those whose property is taken under eminent domain for Highway 13 widening in Goldsboro. Call Riddle & Brantley today at 1-800-525-7111 for a free, no-obligation consultation.
*** Disclaimer: The results mentioned are intended to illustrate the type of cases handled by the firm. These results do not guarantee a similar outcome, and they should not be construed to constitute a promise or guarantee of a particular result in any particular case. Every case is different, and the outcome of any case depends upon a variety of factors unique to that case.