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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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