MM&C Represents Residents in Successfully Settled Lawsuit with PG County Over Catastrophic Landslide
- Posted May 5, 2016 at 10:19 PM
- Categories Eminent Domain and Condemnation, Litigation, Real Estate, Press, Featured Events
Miller, Miller & Canby represented three Prince Georges County homeowners and achieved a successful settlement with the County that will compensate those homeowners for their losses and allow them to move forward with their lives. The homeowners were the victims of a catastrophic landslide on Piscataway Drive in Fort Washington, MD in May 2014 that ruptured their neighborhood road and permanently destabilized their homes and property.
Miller, Miller & Canby litigation attorney, Joe Suntum, commented on the settlement, saying, “This settlement will allow these three families to move forward after suffering devastating losses far in excess of the fair market value of their homes.” For the Washington Post story about the successful settlement, please click here.
Joe Suntum is a Principal at Miller, Miller & Canby, focusing his practice in eminent domain and condemnation law. U.S. News - Best Lawyers awarded Miller, Miller & Canby a “First-Tier” honor for its Eminent Domain and Condemnation practice. Mr. Suntum is the Maryland member attorney for the Owner’s Counsel of America, a nationwide network of the nation’s top condemnation attorneys.
For information about Miller, Miller & Canby’s eminent domain and condemnation practice click here, or contact Mr. Suntum directly at 301.762.5212 or via email.
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