FRANKFORT – Attorney General-Elect Daniel Cameron announced Tuesday the appoint­ment of attorney Victor Maddox as Assist­ant Deputy Attorney General. In this role, Maddox will serve as the civil chief within the Office of the Attorney General.

“Vic has spent his career litigating complex legal matters at every level of our court system, and his breadth of knowledge will be essential to leading our civil branch,” Cameron said in a news release. “I am confident that his experience will serve Kentucky families well.”

Maddox co-founded the Louisville firm known today as Fultz Maddox Dickens, PLC, where he represents clients in constitutional, administrative, business and personal injury matters. An expert in litigation matters, he has represented elected officials and Kentucky residents in his nearly 40 years of legal experience, including at the trial and appellate level, according to the release.

Maddox previously was a partner with the predecessor firm to Frost Brown Todd, LLC, where he served in the firm’s litigation practice and was involved in cases regarding securities fraud, products liability, trade secrets and engineering liability, the release said.

“Attorney General-elect Cameron promised Kentuckians that he will serve as their lawyer, not the lawyer for any special interest,” Maddox said. “I look forward to using my experience on both the plaintiff and defense side to achieve results for Kentucky families.”

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