Office Worker Sexual Harassment
Many people think of sexual harassment as something that only affects women in the workplace, but men can experience sexual harassment too, regardless of appearance or sexual orientation. If you believe that you have been sexually harassed by a co-worker or supervisor, you should speak with a lawyer to discuss your legal options.
Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP, is a team of lawyers that seeks compensation and justice for people who have suffered sexual harassment in the workplace. Call us at (510) 433-1000 for a no-obligation consultation.
How We Can Help You
Many situations warrant speaking with an experienced sexual harassment lawyer first:
- Do you know if you were sexually harassed or are you unsure?
- Are you comfortable filing a claim with your human resources department? Is there such a department where you work?
- Were you sexually harassed by your employer?
- Were you sexually harassed by a co-worker, but outside of the work environment?
There are several blurry lines regarding sexual harassment in the workplace, and you should address questions like these with an attorney at Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP. We serve clients throughout California in all industries who have experienced any type of sexual harassment that creates a hostile work environment, including:
- Physical harassment
- Verbal harassment
- Requests for sexual favors
- Gender discrimination at work
- Quid pro quo harassment
Our attorneys are leaders in California and recognized nationally for their contributions to employment law and sexual harassment claims litigation in particular. We offer free initial consultations, and we represent all clients on a contingency fee basis.
How Do You File A Sexual Harassment Claim?
There is a standard process to follow, but variables affect each case. It is best to walk through the process with an experienced attorney who can assist with documentation and ensuring your rights are protected. If you have a case, we can help you accurately file a complaint with the EEOC and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Upon obtaining a right to sue letter, we will help you file a strong lawsuit in pursuit of damages such as emotional distress, financial loss and psychological damages.
Get A Confidential Case Evaluation
Contact us at (510) 433-1000 to discuss your case. Get answers from an experienced office worker sexual harassment attorney at Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP.