Eminent Domain: I-26 Widening Near Asheville
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) is widening I-26 near Asheville in order to improve traffic and safety in the area. The I-26 improvement project near Asheville covers 16.9 miles of I-70, from US-64 in Hendersonville to Brevard Road in Asheville. Construction is currently underway and is expected to be completed in 2024 at a total cost of more than $530 million.
IMPORTANT: NCDOT is taking property under the power of eminent domain as part of the I-26 widening project between Asheville and Hendersonville. If your property is being taken as part of the I-70 widening project near Asheville, you deserve maximum compensation for your loss and we may be able to help.
Property owners whose property is being taken as part of I-70 improvements deserve just compensation.
For a FREE consultation with an experienced North Carolina eminent domain lawyer, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the fast and easy form below.
There is no obligation and there are absolutely no upfront costs or attorney fees unless we recover additional compensation for you.
Call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s review your I-26 eminent domain case.
I-26 Widening Project Near Asheville: Project Details
The I-26 improvement project near Asheville will be divided into two sections:
- Section I-4400: A 9.1 mile stretch of interstate beginning at U.S. 64 (Exit 49) in Hendersonville and extending along I-26 to NC-280 (Exit 40).
- Section I-4700: A 7.8 mile stretch of interstate beginning at NC-280 and extending west to the I-40/240 interchange.
For more details on the I-26 widening project near Asheville and Hendersonville, please visit the NCDOT project page.
“My property is being taken? What are my options?”
Unfortunately, in most cases you can’t stop the government from taking your land under the power of eminent domain. However, the Constitution guarantees your right to “just compensation.” That said, do NOT simply accept the first offer from the government. NCDOT will try to pay as little as possible for your property and you deserve more.
We can help.
“The DOT will try to pay as little as possible for your property, but you deserve just compensation. You deserve justice.”
–Gene Riddle, attorney, Riddle & Brantley
Experienced NC Eminent Domain Attorneys Ready to Fight for You
For more than 35 years, Riddle & Brantley has been fighting for the rights of North Carolinians. We are committed to helping those whose property is being taken under eminent domain, and we would love to help you if we can.
For a FREE consultation with an eminent domain lawyer concerning property being taken as part of I-26 improvements in the Asheville area, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the form below.
The case review is free, there is no obligation, and you won’t pay any attorney fees unless we recover additional financial compensation for your taken property.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today and let our experienced eminent domain attorneys review your case. You may be entitled to significantly more compensation than what the government is offering.