- ADOT’s initial compensation offer to a landowner in Benson was $425,000.00 for a partial taking of a commercial lot. Our position was that future commercial use of the remaining parcel was limited by the loss of access created by the project. We claimed just compensation of $1,274,400.00. In 2011, after mediation, our client agreed to a settlement of $737,500.00.
- The Town of Marana was planning to construct the Twin Peaks Interchange the landowners were offered $620,000.00 for their property. We were able to present a property value over $1,000,000.00 . The case settled before going to court for $930,000.00.
- The Town of Marana filed for a partial taking from Tucson Electric Power Company the Town’s Appraiser determined the value of the property to be taken at $498,000.00 and did not account for severance damages. Our position was that there were substantial severance damages that increased the property value. We determined that a fair price for the property, including severance damages was $1,162,000.00.
- Pima County offered our clients $70,300.00 for a full taking. We discovered significant errors in the facts and the legal assumptions of Pima County’s positions. In 2009 we settled the case for $1,592,000.00 with an additional $164,569.00 in interest for a total award of $1,756,569.00.
- Pima County offered $198,000.00 to the landowners for a partial taking based on an outside appraisal that did not include severance damages.
$813,000.00 several weeks before trial.
- The City of Tucson needed to do a partial taking of the Monterey Village parking lot. The appraised value the city presented was $454,000.00. Mr. Abromowtz was able to make a claim for the client that totaled $655,000.00. The case settled without going to trial for $617,000.00.