The Law Offices of Kevin R. Madison handle many cases for college students and students of schools of higher learning. Call us today for a FREE and confidential consultation.
Our law firm is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory. This is the very highest rating for competence and ethics awarded to law firms. Kevin’s past employment as a Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Chief of Police, Assistant District Attorney, and Presiding Judge provide him with the unique combination of legal skills, police investigative skills, and trial experience that distinguishes Kevin from many other attorneys in the state of Texas.
Our law firm provides ethical and professional legal representation. All cases are handled on a contingency (percentage) fee basis; no retainers and no upfront costs to you. These are some of the cases that our law firm represents for students:
Injuries from car, motorcycle, bicycle, or boating collisions
Injuries from Premises Defects
Fraternity Hazing Incidents Causing Injury or Death
Date Rape, Sexual Assault, Hate Crimes, and Physical Assaults
Injuries from Illegal Assaults by Bouncers
Sexual Harassment by Employers
Sexual Contact by a Professor with a Student (illegal for educator even if student consents)
Attorney Kevin R. Madison has a unique background unlike most other attorneys in the State of Texas. Kevin has four years experience as a street cop. As a former Chief of Police, former University of Texas Police Officer, and former Deputy Sheriff of Travis County, Texas, he has the knowledge and training to vigorously pursue civil cases for his clients and to prosecute criminal predators. Kevin graduated at the top of his class in the University of Texas System Police Academy as the number one cadet in physical fitness and academics.
Travis County lawsuit that resulted in judgment of $1.5 million dollars against rapist who attacked and sexually assaulted female resident of apartment complex.
UT Law School Student assaulted by boyfriend who broke her nose. Court verdict (judgment) against boyfriend for $220,000.00.
Harris County intentional tort lawsuit against client’s former “boyfriend” who assaulted her with karate blows to her face and who fractured her wrist. Judgment of $87,500.00 for actual and punitive damages awarded.
Williamson County wrongful death lawsuit for hit and run death of pedestrian. Driver fled scene and failed to stop and render aid. Driver later apprehended. Settlement with uninsured carrier for over $150,000.00.
Travis County wrongful death lawsuit against owners of Austin night club for homicide of minor caused by inadequate security. Settlement of $235,000.00.
Travis County intentional tort lawsuit against drug treatment center for sexual assault of patient by drug-rehab intern. Case settled prior to trial for $150,000.00.
Travis County wrongful death lawsuit against owners of Austin nightclub and shopping center for homicide of minor caused by inadequate security. Mr. Madison alleged and proved that there were numerous criminal offenses occurring on the premises, gang activity, inadequate lighting, and inadequate security measures. Settlement for $235,000.00 prior to trial.
Travis County claim against concert promoter and concert-security company for injuries client suffered when she was body-slammed onto concert stage by untrained bouncer who assaulted her during an illegal arrest. Case settled before suit filed for $78,000.00.
Travis County wrongful death lawsuit against an international convenience store chain for homicide of customer killed at gas pumps during car-jacking/robbery [numerous criminal offenses occurring on the premises, gang activity, inadequate lighting, and inadequate security measures, alleged]. Confidential settlement reached before trial. Two other attorneys turned case down prior to Mr. Madison accepting the case.
Travis County wrongful death lawsuit against HMO clinic and treating physician for negligence and failure to properly treat young mother diagnosed with chickenpox (varicella) pneumonia. Case settled prior to trial for $500,000.00.
Travis County wrongful death lawsuit for defendant’s failure to supervise four year old child who drowned in indoor pool. Case settled prior to trial for $300,000.00.