Unlike most attorneys who represent victims of sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment in Texas, Mr. Madison has a unique law enforcement and prosecutor background. He has the background, training, and experience of having served as a police officer, Chief of Police, Deputy Sheriff, and as an Assistant District Attorney.
He has firsthand knowledge of street crimes and criminals and the mental and physical injuries that criminal predators inflict on their victims. Mr. Madison continues to serve his community as a volunteer Firefighter/EMT.
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We have handled hundreds of these cases in these following areas of practice.
Verdicts and Settlements
$2.3 Million Jury Verdict – Wrongful Death at Nursing Home
$1.5 Million Dollar Verdict against Rapist for Sexual Assault
$496,909 client settlement for dog bite in face by neighbor’s dog
$320,000 client settlement against national convenience store for wrongful death of child’s father during robbery
$235,259 client settlement for knee injury when dump truck ran a red light
$149,152 client settlement for injuries when client hit by drunk driver
$135,000 client settlement from doctor who groped patient during her exam
$97,076 client settlement for client rear-ended by drunk driver
$80,000 client settlement for sexual harassment victim
$59,641 client settlement for 3-year-old child locked out of day care for 10 minutes as punishment by teacher
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