Liberty Road / I-40 Interchange in Candler: Eminent Domain
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will build a new interchange at Liberty Rd. and I-40 in Candler, beginning in 2022. Property acquisition has already begun in preparation for the Liberty Road / I-40 interchange project. The project is expected to cost more than $40 million.
IMPORTANT: NCDOT is taking property in the Candler area as part of its Liberty Rd. / I-40 interchange project. If your property is being taken, you deserve maximum compensation and one of our North Carolina eminent domain lawyers can help.
If your property is affected by this project, don’t wait. The government will try to pay as little as possible for your property and you deserve fair compensation.
For a FREE, no-obligation consultation with an eminent domain attorney handling cases related to the new I-40 interchange at Liberty Rd. in Candler, call 1-800-525-7111.
There is no obligation and you won’t pay any attorney fees unless we recover additional financial compensation for you.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s review your eminent domain case.
Liberty Road and I-40 Interchange in Candler: Project Details
NCDOT is planning to add an interchange for I-40 at Liberty Road in Candler. Motorists must currently use the interchange at US-19/23 (Exit 44) or the interchange at Wiggins Road (Exit 37), and the new Liberty Rd / I-40 interchange will improve traffic flow. The project will also improve response times for emergency vehicles in the area.
NCDOT states on its I-40 interchange / Liberty Rd project page that the $41.1 million project will improve connectivity in western Buncombe County.
I-40 is one of the busiest and most important east-west roadways in western North Carolina. It serves as the primary route into Asheville, one of western North Carolina’s largest cities. Interstate 40 will be widened from 4 to 8 lanes near Asheville in the future.
“My property is being taken as part of this project. What can I do?”
While you generally cannot stop the government from taking your land with eminent domain, you are guaranteed the right to “just compensation” by the U.S. Constitution. This means that the government must pay market value for your property. However, NCDOT will try to pay as little as possible for your property. If your property is being taken as part of the I-40 interchange / Liberty Rd. project in Candler, we encourage you to talk with an experienced North Carolina eminent domain lawyer about your legal options for seeking maximum compensation.
For a FREE consultation with an NC eminent domain lawyer concerning property being taken by NCDOT as part of the I-40 interchange at Liberty Rd in Candler, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the short form below.
There is no obligation and you won’t pay any attorney fees unless we recover additional financial compensation for your property loss.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s review your claim.
Why Riddle & Brantley?
Our eminent domain team is led by attorney Chris Beacham. Chris was previously assistant attorney general at the North Carolina Department of Justice, where he handled many eminent domain cases. As someone who has sat on the other side of the table, Chris knows firsthand the legal tactics the government will use when trying to take your property for less than what it’s worth. Today, he devotes his experience and expertise to helping North Carolinians get the compensation they deserve when their property is taken with eminent domain.
“You generally can’t stop the government from taking your land under eminent domain, but you deserve maximum value for your property. You deserve justice.”
–Chris Beacham, eminent domain attorney at Riddle & Brantley
For a FREE consultation regarding property being taken as part of the I-40 interchange project at Liberty Road in Candler, please call 1-800-525-7111.
There is no obligation and you won’t pay a dime in attorney fees unless we recover additional compensation for you.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s review your case.
Justice Counts for North Carolinians whose property is taken under the power of eminent domain. Give us a call and let’s discuss your case. We’d love to help you get maximum compensation for your property if we can.