It’s too bad that sometimes when the government builds new roads or widens existing ones that some landowners loose some or all of their land to that effort whether they wanted to sell the property to the government or not.

The Archdale Road widening project in Guilford County, for instance, is one where home and property owners in the path of this project will lose land – and some will lose their homes.

Many property owners believe the offers they get from the government are the best they’ll ever get. This is incorrect, according to the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm, a firm that’s planning an event to inform those affected by the project of their options.

Home and property owners can attend the free virtual seminar hosted by former NCDOT attorneys to learn about their rights on Thursday, Jan. 25 at Courtyard by Marriott.  Set your GPS to 1000 Mall Loop Road in High Point.

There’s no obligation for those who attend. Land owners can take what they learn and negotiate with the NC DOT on their own or elect to choose other counsel.

The “ Seminar for Property Owners Affected by the NCDOT’s Archdale Road Widening Project – Guilford County” is the 50-cent name of the event.

Informational material about the seminar states, “To assist area home and business owners, the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm is hosting an in-person seminar for those affected by NCDOT Project U-3400, the widening of Archdale Road in Guilford County.”

On January 25, the seminar will run from 7 9 p.m. and it will provide “valuable insights and guidance to property owners facing eminent domain issues related to the project.”

The Archdale Road Widening Project  being conducted by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), is expected to affect over 130 property owners in the area. The NC Eminent Domain Law Firm states that it is committed “to helping property owners understand their rights and navigate the eminent domain process effectively.”

During this in-person seminar, attendees will have the opportunity to:

• Gain an understanding of eminent domain laws and procedures in North Carolina

• Learn about their rights as property owners when dealing with government takings

• Receive guidance on negotiating for fair compensation for their properties

• Hear real-life case studies and stories from a knowledgeable attorney

Attorney Brian Lagasse, an eminent domain lawyer from the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm, will be the featured speaker at the seminar. He states, “We understand the challenges that property owners face when dealing with eminent domain cases. Our goal is to empower property owners with the knowledge and resources they need to protect their interests. This in-person seminar will provide a platform for property owners to ask questions and receive valuable insights from our experienced team.”

To register for the in-person seminar, you can use this link:

For more information about the seminar, contact the firm at 1-877-393-4990.