“TxDOT’s view is, ‘Well, that’s not a big deal, just go find somewhere else to operate your business,'” said Luke Ellis, founding partner of Marrs Ellis & Hodge law firm.
Ellis, an eminent domain lawyer, said he’s representing several property owners and businesses who could lose what they worked for because of this project.
He said he often sees TxDOT short-change people displaced by these types of projects.
“We have seen many instances where TxDOT’s offer was nowhere near the just constitutional compensation that was owed to that particular property,” he said.
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