Settled with WSDOT (State) on behalf of estate that owned commercial property in Spokane.
Dunn & Black Case History
WSDOT condemnation of private property. Represented the condemnee leaseholder of property condemned by the State for the North/South Freeway Project. Jury verdict was returned for the condemnees for $3.5 million, plus attorney fees and costs, on original offer of approximately $35,000.
Represented a gas transmission company as the condemnor seeking a natural gas pipeline right-of-way. Successfully obtained a jury verdict which was returned for less than condemnor’s offer.
Represented the condemnee in a City of Spokane condemnation of private property for roadway project for partial taking of property being held for development. Jury verdict for the condemnee. Total judgment: $307,918.
Represented the condemnee that operated a business on site, in a WSDOT condemnation of private property. Jury verdict for the condemnee. Total judgment: $366,000.
Represented the condemnee that operated a business on site, in a WSDOT condemnation of private property. Jury verdict for the condemnee. Total Judgment: $473,000.
Settled with City of Spokane on behalf of business being impacted by bridge project.
Settled with Seattle Monorail Project on behalf of business owner following condemnation being abandoned.
Settled with the WSDOT (State) on behalf of business that owned commercial property in Kennewick, Washington.
What We Do
A Leading Law Firm in Construction, Eminent Domain/Condemnation, Real Estate, Insurance, Employment and Commercial Litigation. We represent regional and national contractors, owners, developers and sureties throughout the western United States.
We have earned our reputation one client at a time by delivering sound legal advice and efficient solutions. We are known to aggressively represent our clients’ interests to achieve the best results possible.
Dunn & Black, P.S. has consistently been awarded the best law firm rankings for its practice areas. Several of our lawyers have been named “Super Lawyers” and “Rising Stars” by Washington Super Lawyers Magazine.