Inverse Condemnation

Santa Barbara Inverse Condemnation Attorney

 

Litigation For Clients Throughout Southern California And The Central Coast

Landslides And Natural Occurrences

The acts or omissions of the government-state, county or city-may give rise to liability for your property damage due to landslides, flooding or earth movement or other catastrophic events.

The state and local governments may be held liable for damage to real property resulting from:

  • Landslides
  • Flooding
  • mudslides
  • Earth movement
  • Other events causing damage to real property

“This is a highly technical area of the law and an experienced attorney can make the difference between winning and losing a case. Additionally, experience in the legal and constitutional aspects of inverse condemnation and eminent domain can have a huge impact on the damages awarded by the court. I work with a network of independent professionals to investigate and prepare the strongest, clearest case possible to win in court.” Attorney Joseph Liebman

Experienced Southern California Inverse Condemnation and Eminent Domain Attorney

You have the right to protect your property rights and financial interests. If you are a property owner in Southern or Central Coast California, the Law Offices of Joseph Liebman is here to help. Attorney Joseph Liebman has 30 years of litigation experience in the area of lawsuits against the government for damage to real property. From offices in Santa Barbara, our firm provides litigation services for clients throughout Southern California and the Central Coast region. Call 805-319-4246 or contact us by email to arrange a no-cost consultation with Santa Barbara landslide damage attorney Joseph Liebman today.

Free Consultation | Contingency Fees | 30 Years Of Litigation Experience

Our office hours in Santa Barbara are 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. Mr. Liebman offers a free consultation to evaluate your case and explain possible legal options. We work both on an hourly fee or a contingency fee basis depending on the case. If we represent you on a contingency fee basis, you will pay no lawyer fees unless we recover monetary damages in a negotiated settlement or by court award, if a trial becomes necessary.

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