Administrative Law & Eminent Domain Attorneys
Have you been notified that a utility company is filing a case at the Public Utility Commission and may route a power line across your property? There are steps you can take to protect yourself. However, time is of the essence. The BMWB team can help you make sure your voice is heard in the routing process.
Are you facing the threat of condemnation from the government or a utility company? You have options. The law provides that you must be fairly compensated for the taking of your property. The team at BMWB can help you navigate the condemnation process, many times at no upfront cost to you.
Our team of attorneys, consisting of Tyler Topper, Jared Knight and Grant Gibson, and their dedicated support staff, have assisted hundreds of landowners throughout Texas in handling the complex issues that arise when utility companies file administrative cases at the Public Utility Commission to route new transmission lines and when condemnors such as TxDOT, utility companies and pipeline companies take private property for new infrastructure.
Protecting our clients' rights by understanding the complexities of the law and utilizing our extensive network of connections and other resources is what we do best. We face many of the same utilities and condemnors numerous times and understand the factors that motivate these entities to resolve cases on more favorable terms for our clients.
We offer NO COST evaluations and consultations. If you have issues with either a power line routing case or a condemning authority such as TxDOT, a utility company or a pipeline company, please give us a call FREE OF CHARGE. We will be happy to speak with you and will always keep your information confidential.
“BMWB provided excellent communication and a deep knowledge base. I had a sense of trust in their capabilities.”
— Becky Klein, former Chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas
701 S. Taylor, Suite 440, Amarillo, TX 79101
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