Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual harassment in the workplace is deeply distressing and can leave lasting emotional scars. Victims often feel helpless and anxious, struggling to overcome the trauma inflicted upon them. It’s crucial to find an advocate who can help navigate the healing process.

Legal Protections Against Sexual Harassment
California law offers robust protections against sexual harassment in the workplace. Employers are prohibited from subjecting employees to unwanted advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

Under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), sexual harassment encompasses unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

Seeking Legal Recourse
If you’ve experienced sexual harassment, we’re here to help. Upon evaluating your case, we’ll initiate a sexual harassment complaint with either the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the California Civil Rights Department. We’ll swiftly pursue your case in court, aiming to obtain a right-to-sue notice to expedite the legal process.

Proving Sexual Harassment
Proving sexual harassment can be a complex process. We’ll meticulously gather evidence, including:

Documentation of incidents

Witness statements

Personnel records

Any relevant communications or correspondence

Additionally, we may recommend seeking professional support to address the emotional toll of the harassment.

Recovering Damages
The damages you can recover depend on the severity of the harassment and its impact on your life. You may be entitled to:

Compensation for lost wages and benefits

Reinstatement or front pay

Damages for emotional distress

Punitive damages

Attorney’s fees and costs

Our experienced attorneys will work tirelessly to secure the maximum compensation you deserve.

Protection Against Retaliation
California law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees who report or complain about sexual harassment. You’re protected from adverse employment actions, such as termination or demotion, in response to filing a complaint.

Selecting the Right Attorney
Choosing the right attorney is paramount. Look for someone who communicates effectively, provides honest advice, and has a track record of success. With over 25 years of experience, we’re committed to fighting for your rights and ensuring you receive the justice you deserve. Trust us to advocate on your behalf and navigate the complexities of sexual harassment litigation.


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