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Since it’s founding in 1931, Ackerman Ackerman & Dynkowski (AAD) has consistently demonstrated a keen understanding of the human dimensions behind the complex area of eminent domain and condemnation law.

The firm has helped countless clients collect hundreds of millions of dollars in fair compensation from settlements, mediation and jury verdicts, representing those clients in State and Federal Courts and routinely securing compensation that dramatically exceeds the original offer.

If you are looking for an eminent domain attorney with an impressive track record in Metro Detroit, AAD is the answer. The firm has represented hundreds of clients who have been impacted by many of the city of Detroit’s and state of Michigan’s well-known public works projects and large-scale developments.

As the firm sets it sights toward the future, the firm is both justifiably proud of its past accomplishments and enthusiastic about the challenges that await in the years ahead. At a time when populations continue to grow and infrastructure requires aggressive development, the eminent domain attorneys at Ackerman Ackerman & Dynkowski are eagerly positioned to protect landowners affected by road and highway expansions, gas storage and utility acquisitions, as well as airport and transportation facility growth.

Our Attorneys

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Irving B. Ackerman (1910-1999)

Irving Ackerman founded the firm in 1940, and is remembered as an expert in conduct and resolution of state and local condemnation proceedings.

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Alan T. Ackerman

Alan Ackerman has been aggressively fighting for the rights of displaced and undercompensated property owners for more than 30 years.

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Darius W. Dynkowski

Darius Dynkowski has been avidly defending landowners at both the state and federal level for more than 20 years and serves as the firm’s Ohio liaison.

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