Top Frederick Eminent Domain Lawyers - Oklahoma

As the largest law firm in Mayes County, Oklahoma, Ritchie, Rock & McBride offers high-quality legal services in a variety of practice areas in order to help protect the rights, interests and liberties of individuals, families, businesses and property owners throughout our great state. From our law office in Pryor, Oklahoma, the attorneys at our law firm deliver top-notch counsel and...

  • 625 NorthWest 13th Street Oklahoma City OK 73103 35.482628 -97.523895

    The Taylor Law Firm, PLLC, has a long history of helping Oklahoma City families with their legal problems. Our father-son team of attorneys has more than 50 years of combined legal experience. Prior to founding the firm, Floyd W. Taylor worked as general counsel for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, a first assistant attorney general for the state and as a district court judge. This depth...

  • 300 NE 1st Street Oklahoma City OK 73104 35.46831 -97.50715

    Complex Civil Litigation Attorneys • Contract Negotiations Our full service energy law firm practices oil, gas and mineral law, business law, civil litigation and represents clients in proceedings before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Founded in 1980, Mahaffey & Gore, PC , has established a reputation as one of the preeminent energy law firms in Oklahoma. Even the largest law firms...

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  • 9505 North Kelley Avenue Oklahoma City OK 73131 35.566895 -97.4959

    In 1996, Cary E. Hiltgen and Michael W. Brewer merged their Oklahoma City law practices to form Hiltgen & Brewer, P.C. ("H&B"). Both brought with them years of experience in Insurance Law, Products Liability Law, Transportation Law and Litigation. The primary focus of H&B is to provide trial and litigation expertise to self-insured and insured clients who are not satisfied with the...

Need help with an Eminent Domain issue?

You've come to the right place.  Whether you are a homeowner or a commercial property owner, an eminent domain lawyer may help challenge the government's authority to take your property for public use ("eminent domain" power).

Use FindLaw to hire a local eminent domain lawyer to challenge the government's need to take the property, or its valuation of the property for compensation purposes.


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