Sexual Harassment Attorneys
Sexual Harassment is a Serious Matter
Employees, both male and female, have the right to be in a workplace free of sexual harassment. Harassment of a sexual nature makes victims feel uncomfortable and insecure. And in today’s tech-savvy world, harassment may come in a variety of forms – from social media shaming to emails containing dirty jokes and images. If you have been sexually harassed, take action immediately by calling 1-800-THE-LAW2. We will arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced sexual harassment lawyers at zero cost.
Know Your Legal Rights
Sexual harassment laws offer strong protection for employees. The Fair Employment and Housing Action (FEHA), expressly prohibits sexual harassment, while Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes discrimination on the basis of a person’s sex unlawful. Your attorney from 1-800-THE-LAW2 will cite specific examples of how your rights have been violated and recommend the best course of action for a claim.
Victims may obtain compensation for losses suffered as a result of:
- Mental anguish
- Loss of income
Don’t be afraid to fight back. In fact, contact us as soon as you feel your rights have been violated. The law gives you 180 days to file a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and one year to file a charge with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. Give your lawyer enough time to investigate your claim, formulate a strong strategy, and file the paperwork.
Examples of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Call 1-800-THE-LAW2 if you have experienced any of the following behaviors in your workplace:
- Unwanted sexual attention, touching, leering, sexual gestures, or jokes
- Pressured or forced to have sex to keep your job or for employment benefits
- Exposed to pornography against your wishes
- Subjected to retaliation for complaining about being sexually harassed
- Fired and/or not promoted due to pregnancy
- Subjected to derogatory comments, epithets, slurs
- Received suggestive or obscene letters, notes, or invitations
Your Call is Confidential
It’s natural to be hesitant, but taking action is the first step in defending yourself and getting justice. Your call is completely confidential. Remember – some organizations record calls made on the company phone so use your own mobile or home phone to contact us. Don’t call during work hours either.
Our Sexual Harassment Lawyers Are Ready to Help
Find out if you have a case and get justice. Our customer service representatives are available 24/7 to offer help in both English and Spanish. Call us at 1-800-THE-LAW2, use the Live Chat feature, or fill out the Free Consultation form on the right. Our attorneys will help you take back control of your life.