Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo Partner Chris Clough Featured in KUT Article: “Austinites in the path of wider I-35 prepare to be pushed out”
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, PLLC’s Chris Clough sat down with KUT’s Nathan Bernier earlier this month to discuss the eminent domain process, what landowners being affected by I-35’s expansion are experiencing and what they are entitled to throughout this process.
“People lose established locations, and when they relocate, if they’re able to relocate, they don’t have the same ability to operate their business as they did before. Property owners must do their best to be paid, but I think oftentimes, they come up short of being made whole,” said Clough, Managing Partner at Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, PLLC.
Landowners are not required to accept TxDOT’s initial offers. As landowners continue to evaluate their offers, Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo highly suggests hiring an experienced team to seek fair compensation including the value of the property being taken and the impact on the remainder property. You can learn more about the types of financial compensation and other assistance that may be available to those being displaced here.
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, PLLC has over 100 years of combined experience exclusively helping Texas property owners impacted by eminent domain. We understand the unique aspects of every case and the challenges impacted property owners are up against.
If you think your property will be impacted by TxDOT’s Central I-35 Capital Express Project, contact us so we can help you better understand the takings process and advise you through the process.