Our team is currently headed by Kyle Madison Esq., who is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable personal injury lawyers in or around Los Angeles. The firm was established in 2000, and since then, it has already expanded its specialized areas to guarantee that as many personal injury cases will be won as possible.
Kyle Madison studied law in Whittier Law School. In 1999, he took the California bar examination and passed on his first attempt. Before that, as early as 1988, he had worked with insurance companies. He also possesses more than 18 years of experience in personal injuries.
As your Los Angeles personal injury law firm, Madison Law Group is making sure that you can have an excellent experience dealing with us, especially when it comes to your cases. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys are very much aware that victims and families of personal injury can be very vulnerable and frustrated. They also need guidance and legal assistance when it comes to their personal injury claims. Thus, our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys will make it their commitment to make everything comfortable and pleasant. This is also the main reason why your personal injury law firm is currently implementing a 24-hour call back policy. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss your case and the strategies that have to be done to assure your win. It is also the intention of Los Angeles personal injury attorneys to keep you updated at all times with your case.
We are proud to say that we are able to aggressively pursue personal injury claims simply because we are dedicated to it. As your personal injury law firm, we make it a point to investigate and research the strengths of your personal injury claims. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys can assess your situation for free in an initial consultation. They are also experienced in personal injury law. The wrongful injuries are related to auto and aviation accidents, dog bites, slip and fall, brain and spinal cord injuries, medical malpractice and wrongful death. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys can also determine if an accident victim needs mandated worker compensation insurance as part of their personal injury benefits.
Moreover, our personal injury attorneys are experienced with both litigation and jury trials. But more than that, our personal injury law firm has been successful in obtaining the much-deserved personal injury claims for the victim and/or for his families without going to trial. Thus, it saved everyone, including the parties at fault, the hassle and prolonged treatment of the case. They are also capable of handling personal injury cases in both federal and state courts. Most of all, they put to heart the various California personal injury laws and update themselves with any changes. All we ask for you is to give us straight facts—and you can spend more time on recovering from your injuries.
Our personal injury attorneys have only one goal in mind: to win the case. That is why we treat every personal injury case uniquely based on the merits and the information available. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys spend time and give attention to your case. They act with diligence and compassion. We want to make our clients feel that they are our topmost priority.read more
Our personal injury law firm follows the "no win, no pay" policy. This means that you don't have to pay us unless we succeed in obtaining you a settlement. We can also assist you in looking for the best team who can help us in assessing your personal injury case, such as doctors or treatment providers.read more
If you suffer from a personal injury, it is always best to coordinate with your personal injury attorneys. There is a certain time line for you to make a report and file your personal injury claims. If you go beyond that, you can no longer make the parties at fault responsible for your accident. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys, together with their assistants, can then act as quickly as possible. They can gather medical and police reports, statements from witnesses, and other documents that can make your case stand against insurance companies.read more