Attorney Profile: Nick Madsen
Having worked as a top litigator in large firms, Nick gained the knowledge and experience to handle complex and large cases. He also saw firsthand the way that high-volume firms treat individuals as numbers on a spreadsheet. Knowing that there is a better way, Nick has developed the Madsen Law Office to provide the pinnacle of professional service to his clients. As a prior teacher and officer in the US Army, Nick Madsen has dedicated his life to helping others and to try and make the world around him a better place. He believes that people deserve to be treated with care and respect no matter the size or value of their case.
Madsen Law Office’s mission is to dedicate intensely to every case, fiercely negotiate for the client, leave nothing on the table, and ensure the client is kept up to date each step of the way. Unlike many larger firms, Madsen Law Office will not leave your case file sitting on a shelf until the last possible minute a phone call must be made or a court date set. You may be surprised how many firms take this approach. Nick values unwavering commitment and works to ensure things move as quickly as possible so you get paid fast. Insurance companies will stall, stall, stall, and Nick is experienced with all their tactics. Nick Madsen gets results.
Licensed in both State and Federal courts in Texas.
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