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Rails-to-Trails

Rails-to-Trails Lawsuit

Legally Edited by: Aaron K. Dickey Attorney & Flint Law Firm Partner

Last modified: FEBRUARY 12, 2021
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If your property is next to the former railway that is being turned into a recreational trail, the government may owe you money for the section of land that makes up the new trail. You may still hold title to the land even though you do not have use of the land or even realize you had an ownership interest in the land.

Rails-to-Trails

Our firm has experience handling cases asserting the property rights of these landowners in litigation commonly referred to as "Rails-to-Trails" litigation. We also regularly handle litigation involving sub-surface property rights (such as pipelines, cables, etc.) associated with these rail lines.

We bring all Rails-to-Trails cases against the federal government in the United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C., pursuant to the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution to recover the just compensation that you are entitled to.

Involved in a Rails-to-Trails Litigation?

The lawyers at the Flint Law Firm have extensive experience litigating in rails-to-trails claims at the United States Court of Federal Claims, and are extremely familiar with the Court and its judges. Our dedicated team of lawyers will help make your compensation process simple. There are no upfront fees and no out of pocket expenses. Time to file a claim is limited so call us for a free consultation today.

Our dedicated team of lawyers will help make your compensation process simple. There are no upfront fees and no out of pocket expenses. Time to file a claim is limited so call us today at (866) 438-6781 for a free consultation.

Adrianne Andrus

Reviewed by:  Adrienne Andrus
Chief Editor of Flint law Firm LLC
Client Advocate & Product Liability Paralegal since 2015.
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication, SIU Edwardsville

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