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Don't be ashamed to talk confidentially with us. We have a Registered Nurse on staff to assist with these cases. You can be assured that you will be treated with dignity and compassion at our law firm and that your sexual abuse case will be handled discreetly. We understand the sensitive issues that may arise in your case and will do all that we can to protect you against the adverse affects of a lawsuit.
 

RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT ATTORNEY

Recovering Damages for Rape

Becoming a victim of rape means a lifetime of recovery. Though you are a survivor, you know you will never truly forget and may always be dealing with the aftermath of your assault. Whether you were abused by an acquaintance, a family member, or a stranger, you have the right to pursue a civil action against your abuser as well as any institutions or individuals that neglected to report or protect you from the crime.

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At The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. we are dedicated to helping the survivors of sexual assaults and sexual abuse to assert their rights and collect the financial compensation they deserve.

Kevin Madison has a unique background that includes 4 years as a police officer, chief of police, investigator, and security supervisor. Mr. Madison was Assistant District Attorney of Travis County and tried felony and misdemeanor cases as a state prosecutor on behalf of crime victims and victims of physical assaults and victims of sexual assaults. Mr. Madison has over 29 years experience as a litigation and trial attorney coupled with over 22 years experience as a state magistrate. Mr. Madison earned his college degree from the University of Texas at Austin and was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honors. Mr. Madison graduated from the University of Texas Police Academy as the top cadet academically and in physical fitness. Mr. Madison has also attended courses on protecting crime victims and is a trained Sexual Assault Advocate. Mr. Madison has knowledge, experience, and training in security, premises liability, personal protection, police investigations, police procedures, and investigating and prosecuting civil claims against criminal predators. He lectures on these topics throughout Texas. Additionally, Mr. Madison holds the rank of Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and Red Belt in Kook Sul Won.

IF YOU HAVE BEEN RAPED IN THE LAST 96 HOURS:

  • Do not shower or take a bath. Preserve all clothing, underwear, and anything else that the perpetrator may have touched or left biological evidence on.
  • Call the police and report this crime.
  • Contact your local Sexual Assault Shelter to get a Sexual Assault Advocate or Counselor to be with you and help you.
  • If you do not know where your local sexual assault shelter is located, call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 (1-800-656-HOPE) 24/7 and they will locate the closest shelter for you.
  • Allow the police to take you to a local hospital so that a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) can collect sexual assault evidence for your protection and to preserve this biological evidence for use in a criminal or civil trial.
  • Contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected. Call (512) 708-1650, or, email us today at kevin@kevinmadison.com for your FREE and confidential consultation. We have an experienced RN (Registered Nurse) on staff.


A rape or assault will affect you for the rest of your life. You deserve to be compensated for the pain and suffering, emotional trauma, and other losses you have endured.

Our law firm is experienced in handling the following civil sexual assault cases:

  • Sexual Assault
  • Molestation
  • Statutory Rape
  • Date Rape
  • Same Sex Sexual Assault
  • Child Sex Abuse
  • Sexual Exploitation by a Mental Health Counselor (Even if the sexual relations were consensual)
  • Sexual Exploitation by a Doctor or Psychiatrist (Even if the sexual relations were consensual)
  • Sexual Exploitation by a Lawyer or other Professional (Even if the sexual relations were consensual)
  • Sexual Exploitation by a College Professor against a Student (Even if the sexual relations were consensual)

If you are the victim of a Sexual Assault, call the police immediately. You will be assigned an officer experienced in sex cases, sensitive to the issues you are facing. You will be treated respectfully and a rape victim advocate will protect your rights throughout the criminal process. Our law firm can also assist you in asserting your rights as a Crime Victim in the criminal court system and the civil court system.
At The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. we are compassionate and supportive in asserting the rights of rape victims. If you have been abused, you can trust that we will be discreet and sympathetic in handling your case. If you are afraid or ashamed to come forward, we can file your case anonymously. Throughout your case, you will be supported by legal professionals dedicated to your cause and your recovery. We will answer any questions you may have about your legal case and help you find appropriate resources for therapy or other treatment.

We have successfully handled even the most sensitive cases on behalf of victims of rape, sexual assault, sexual molestation, and sexual harassment against teachers, clergy, landlords, lawyers, doctors, therapists, employers, and other institutions that neglected to report or prevent rape and abuse.

If you have suffered sexual assault, sexual abuse, or sexual exploitation, The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. can assert your rights against your abuser and any persons responsible for the crimes against you.

For more information about our services or to speak with an experienced lawyer, please contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. at (512) 708-1650, or, email us today at kevin@kevinmadison.com for your FREE and confidential consultation. We have an experienced RN (Registered Nurse) on staff.

 

Domestic Violence

Recovering Damages for Domestic Violence & Dating Violence

Domestic violence is any violence-physical assaults, physical abuse, sexual abuse, or sexual violence and torture-committed by a spouse, partner, lover, or boyfriend. Domestic violence should not happen to anyone, but it does, and when it does, there is help. You do not have to suffer the abuse; the insults, the hitting, the choking, the assaults, or the intentional infliction of emotional distress by a husband, partner, lover, or boyfriend.

If you are the victim of domestic violence, spousal abuse, partner abuse, or dating violence, you have the right to pursue a civil action against your assailant, in addition to the filing of criminal charges and criminal prosecution against them. At The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. we are dedicated to helping the survivors of domestic violence, spousal abuse, partner abuse, or dating violence assert their legal rights to collect the financial compensation they deserve against spouses, domestic partners, and boyfriends who bully, intimidate, emotionally abuse, and physically assault their wives, partner or lovers.

If you have been the victim of domestic violence:

  • Call the police and report this crime

  • Allow the police to take photos and document your injuries

  • If you are injured, make sure you are taken to a local hospital to document and treat your injuries

  • Contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected.

 

Domestic violence and abuse can affect you for the rest of your life. You deserve to be compensated for the pain and suffering, emotional trauma, physical injuries, and other losses and damages you have suffered.

Our law firm is experienced in handling the following types of assault cases:

  • Physical Assaults by Spouses

  • Physical Assaults by Partners

  • Physical Assaults by Boyfriends

  • Sexual assaults by Spouses

  • Sexual Assaults by Partners

  • Sexual Assaults by Boyfriends

  • Dating Violence

  • Date Rape

  • Domestic Abuse

  • Sexual or Physical Torture by Spouses, Partners, or Boyfriends

If you are the victim of domestic violence or abuse, can assert your rights against your attackers.

For more information about our services or to speak with an experienced lawyer, please contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. at (512) 708-1650 for your FREE and confidential consultation.


RESOURCES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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Crime Victims Compensation
As a victim of domestic violence you have the right to hire your own private attorney and prosecute a civil lawsuit and claim for damages against the persons who have assaulted you, even if they are your spouse, partner, lover, or boyfriend. You have the right to hire your own attorney to file a civil damages lawsuit against the perpetrator, in addition to the criminal prosecution of these persons by the police and prosecutors.

If you have suffered injuries as a result of domestic violence, The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C can assert your legal rights to sue your attackers.

Texas Crime Victims Compensation Fund
Victims of domestic violence may be eligible for Crime Victims’ Compensation. Texas courts collect court costs from convicted offenders for the Crime Victims’ Compensation Fund. Additional information on Crime Victims’ Compensation is provided in the final chapter. The Fund may help pay expenses related to being a victim of a violent crime such as hospital charges, counseling, child care, lost wages, crime scene clean-up and burial costs.

The Texas Attorney General’s Crime Victims’ Compensation Fund helps victims and their fami­lies when they have no other means of paying for the financial cost of crime. The money in the Crime Victims Fund comes from people who break the law.

VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL’S CRIME VICTIMS’ COMPENSATION FUND. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (800) 983-9933.

As a victim of domestic violence you have the right to hire your own private attorney and prosecute a civil lawsuit and claim for damages against the person who injured you, in addition to the criminal prosecution of this person by the police and criminal court prosecutors.

 

LINKS TO RESOURCES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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Texas Attorney General’s Office Web site contains information on Texas criminal justice issues and Juvenile Crime publications available online. http://www.oag.state.tx.us

The Texas Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services Division serves vic­tims of crime by administering the Crime Victims’ Compensation Fund and related grants, and by offering training and outreach programs. http://www.oag.state.tx.us/victims/victims.shtml

The Texas Council on Family Violence serves vic­tims of family violence and refers victims to local shelters for assistance. Call (512) 794-1133. http://www.tcfv.org


PREVENTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Domestic violence is a serious crime that thrives on the use of emotional, psychological and physical abuse to control and isolate the victim. It is enacted by both men and women across all socioeconomic classes, ethnicity, culture and race. Domestic violence is often fueled by stress, substance abuse and repeating the cycle of learned behavior. Children that witness domestic violence suffer and have the haunting memories to live with. Domestic violence can end in serious injury and death. Because of the seriousness of this crime, it is extremely important that we learn how to prevent domestic violence.

  • Teach and educate about domestic violence. This can be most effective by educating young people to help them understand that violence is never an acceptable behavior.

  • Promote domestic violence awareness. When people become aware of the statistics and effects domestic violence has on lives and communities, it keeps the issue alive and important.

  • Speak out against domestic violence. Talking about the seriousness of domestic violence amongst friends, family and other community members also helps to keep the importance out there.

  • Take a stand against entertainment, music and jokes that might trivialize domestic violence. Also, stand up against comments that blame the victim.

  • Organize fundraisers to support the local efforts behind domestic violence prevention and awareness. The better funded the programs are, the more reach they can have.

  • Encourage communities to establish centers for domestic violence. Those that are being domestically abused will go get help when they know that it is readily available.

  • Support local laws and legislation aimed at supporting and protecting against domestic violence. When stricter laws and legislation are in play, abusers tend to think twice, while those that have been abused feel more secure with turning to law enforcement for help.

  • Demand that local social service workers and law enforcement is properly trained in domestic violence. For many years, women who were domestically abused refrained from reporting it or seeking out help because they were often re-victimized by those same people that were supposed to help them.

  • Volunteer with domestic violence organizations. Many of these programs that are aimed at assisting domestic abuse victims are poorly funded and can use all the help they can get. Plus, it can be a positive way to give back to the community while reaching out and touching the life of someone in need.

  • Support the development of after care programs aimed at assisting the psychological needs of families and individuals that lived through domestic abuse.

  • Report suspicions of domestic violence to the proper authorities. Domestic violence is still a very secret crime, and it often sits silently within any given home in any given neighborhood. Sometimes, it takes that one person to make that call and report the suspicion to help a person out of a situation they may not be able to get out of on their own.


Other things to consider:

Anger Management: Anger management instruction teaches people that anger is a normal emotion and helps them explore healthy and unhealthy ways of expressing anger. One learns to avoid violence by channeling anger into positive action and good com­munication.

Conflict Resolution: Explore ways to work through a conflict through manag­ing anger, improving communication and negotiation skills, and developing empathy for others. This approach is especially helpful in empowering people to control problems before they become serious and possibly violent.

Tips & Warnings

  • It is unfortunate that most of domestic violence prevention begins after the violence has started. However, it cannot be reiterated enough that teaching young children that violence is not a way to handle anger and emotions, will go a long way in preventing violent behavior when they become teens and adults.

  • Remember, the longer a person stays in a domestically violent relationship, the harder it becomes to get out. Also, when children are witness to the behavior it can pattern their future behaviors. Meaning, little girls that watch their mommy get abused often wind up being abused, while little boys identify with their daddy and grow up to emulate the way their daddy treated their mommy.

 

 

Sexual Assault

 

If you are the victim of sexual assault, you have the right to pursue a civil action against your assailant, in addition to the filing of criminal charges and criminal prosecution against them. At The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. we are dedicated to helping the survivors of domestic violence, spousal abuse, partner abuse, or dating violence assert their legal rights to collect the financial compensation they deserve against spouses, domestic partners, and boyfriends who bully, intimidate, emotionally abuse, and physically assault their wives, partner or lovers.

If you have been the victim of sexual assault:

  • Call the police and report this crime

  • Allow the police to take photos and document your injuries

  • If you are injured, make sure you are taken to a local hospital to document and treat your injuries

Contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected.

Sexual assault and abuse can affect you for the rest of your life. You deserve to be compensated for the pain and suffering, emotional trauma, physical injuries, and other losses and damages you have suffered.

Our law firm is experienced in handling the following types of assault cases:
  • Physical Assaults by Spouses

  • Physical Assaults by Partners

  • Physical Assaults by Boyfriends

  • Sexual assaults by Spouses

  • Sexual Assaults by Partners

  • Sexual Assaults by Boyfriends

  • Dating Violence

  • Date Rape

  • Domestic Abuse

  • Sexual or Physical Torture by Spouses, Partners, or Boyfriends

If you are the victim of domestic violence or abuse, The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. can assert your rights against your attackers.

For more information about our services or to speak with an experienced lawyer, please contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C.at (512) 708-1650 for your FREE and confidential consultation.

 

 

Date Rape

 

If you are the victim of date rape, you have the right to pursue a civil action against your assailant, in addition to the filing of criminal charges and criminal prosecution against them. At The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. we are dedicated to helping the survivors of domestic violence, spousal abuse, partner abuse, or dating violence assert their legal rights to collect the financial compensation they deserve.

If you have been the victim of date rape:

  • Call the police and report this crime

  • Allow the police to take photos and document your injuries

  • If you are injured, make sure you are taken to a local hospital to document and treat your injuries

Contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected.

Date rape can affect you for the rest of your life. You deserve to be compensated for the pain and suffering, emotional trauma, physical injuries, and other losses and damages you have suffered.

Our law firm is experienced in handling the following types of assault cases:

  • Physical Assaults by Spouses

  • Physical Assaults by Partners

  • Physical Assaults by Boyfriends

  • Sexual assaults by Spouses

  • Sexual Assaults by Partners

  • Sexual Assaults by Boyfriends

  • Dating Violence

  • Date Rape

  • Domestic Abuse

  • Sexual or Physical Torture by Spouses, Partners, or Boyfriends

If you are the victim of date rape, The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. can assert your rights against your attackers.

 
For more information about our services, or to speak with an experienced lawyer, please contact The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison, P.C. at (512) 708-1650 for your FREE and confidential consultation. We have an experienced RN (Registered Nurse) on staff.