Goldman & Braunstein
Protecting Ohio Landowners
Goldman & Braunstein represent Ohio landowners facing eminent domain and other property issues. We have helped hundreds of landowners whose properties were in the path of highways, pipelines, power lines and other eminent domain projects, as well as oil and gas, wind and other property rights leases. Our mission is to obtain successful results for our clients. We have the track record to prove we can get the results you deserve.
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G&B Wins Verdict of $236,500 for 0.31-acre Easement
Jury awards $236,500 to G&B client Mary Miller for 0.31-acre pipeline easement.
Petition: NO on H.R. 161
H.R. 161 shortcuts the safety and environmental review of pipeline projects, which could affect your safety, health and property.
REPEAL H.R. 161
G&B Comment to FERC on ET Rover Water Disposal
Goldman & Braunstein’s May 11, 2017 comment to FERC regarding Rover’s improper water disposal.
Water Disposal Comment to FERC
- I-70/71 Columbus
- I-75 Cincinnati
- Western Hills Viaduct
- S.R. 823 Portsmouth
- Spectra Nexus Pipeline
- Shell Falcon Pipeline
- CPG Leach XPress Pipeline
- Kinder Morgan Utopia Pipeline
- E.T. Rover Pipeline
- Home Road widening
- Sawmill Parkway extension
- Mayfield Road widening
“They were not only extremely knowledgeable, but they are passionate about the work they do. Our situation could have been overwhelming, but Goldman & Braunstein’s care and compassion made the situation much easier. ”
“When it comes to dealing with these matters, your experience makes all the difference. It paid big dividends. I don’t know of any other landowners that received the kind of compensation you obtained.”
“The Ohio Department of Transportation offered us $597,000. The jury awarded us $1.6 million.”
“Goldman & Braunstein had their ducks in a row. If you get a situation like this, you need attorney who know what they’re doing and have specialized in this kind of case.”