Eminent Domain Experts Serving Illinois
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Experts who work on public projects where eminent domain and condemnation is used to acquire private property while typically following the Federal Uniform Relocation and Acquisition Act (URA) - Experts evaluate relocation needs and costs for businesses and residents being displaced; evaluate costs of replacing real property improvements such as buildings, structures, parking, driveways; and evaluate damages and costs to cure damages to remaining portion of properties when a public project does not need the whole property (partial taking). Eminent domain experts provide consultation, expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, and government agencies in Federal and state court trials, mediations, and arbitrations in Washington. Eminent Domain experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Illinois legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Illinois.
The listings below are of Eminent Domain experts serving Illinois.

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M. Gordon Brown, DTech, FRICSSpace Analytics LLC
M. Gordon Brown, DTech, FRICS
Wauconda, IL
Dr. Brown is an expert in planning, architectural, site and urban design. He has consulted and given testimony in owner-designer-contractor-user disputes, problem property (retail & office), eminent domain access takings, premises liability including wrongful death, public space/ public forum disputes and architectural copyright (the largest award in the United States) and trade dress.

Martyn DanielMartyn Daniel LLC
Martyn Daniel
Bothell, WA
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Martyn Daniel provides consulting services on eminent domain projects. >Specialties: . . 1) Business relocation services for business owners and property owners while following the URA. . . 2) Developing cost-to-cure designs and estimates for remaining property for partial property takings.