Encroachment issues

by Eva L.
(San Diego, Ca)

Who do I contact if AT&T and T-mobile are encroaching on my home? Power lines connected to my house are outside of the designated easement.

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Nov 02, 2012
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They might have an easement....
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

If they are on you property and they do not have an easement you might be entitled to an easement fee. Please call us to discuss the specifics... the initial consultation is free.

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