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C. William Brewer, P.C. Eminent Domain Attorney

C. William Brewer, P.C. is a partner in Motschiedler, Michaelides, Wishon, Brewer & Ryan, LLP (“MMWBR”) a full-service law firm centrally located in Fresno. Mr. Brewer and his firm provide professional services at a high level in a friendly environment and without pretension.

A combat veteran and Navy Strike-Fighter Pilot with 238 combat missions, Brewer has an impressive track record of success throughout his 36+ years of Eminent Domain practice. He has consistently recovered more for his private land owners, farmers and businesses than the condemning Agency’s offer. Not afraid to till new ground, Brewer was one of the first and few attorneys in California to recover loss of goodwill damages for farming operations, notwithstanding “that can’t be done” advice from legal “experts”. He has also successfully handled Eminent Domain cases in appellate court; has been retained by other attorneys as an expert on Eminent Domain Law; and has been a featured speaker on the subject.

C. William Brewer, P.C., has been a partner in the law firm for 26 years. The primary focus of his practice is Eminent Domain law. “I have a passion for protecting the private property owner, farmer or business,” said Brewer, who began his law career some 36 years ago representing private clients as well as public agencies in a variety of arenas, including Eminent Domain.

For the past 26 years, Brewer has exclusively represented private property owners, farmers and businesses impacted by Eminent Domain projects. In addition, Brewer handles a variety of real property matters, Ag leasing and succession planning, trust and estate planning/administration, land use planning, and more.

Maintaining a connection to agriculture is a priority for Brewer. He understands the unique needs of his agricultural clientele, representing farmers, dairymen and ranchers in varying issues.

Brewer is also a farmer, currently growing cherries in the Reedley area. Previously a Farm and Business Member, he has also joined as a Friends of the Family Farm sponsor in an effort to support the farming community and assist farmers, ranchers and dairymen by providing a resource on Eminent Domain issues. His qualifications are particularly poignant for those impacted by the High Speed Rail Project.

For more information about Mr. Brewer and MMWBR, visit www.cacved.com [California Central Valley Eminent Domain] or www.mmwbr.com. He may be contacted at 559-439-4000. He provides a free consultation to all prospective Eminent Domain clients.

 

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