When you face sexual harassment in the workplace, you likely feel embarrassed and degraded, but you may believe that you need to tolerate the unlawful harassment just to keep your job. When this has happened to you, you need to know that you do not have to tolerate any type of harassment or inappropriate sexual conduct at your job.
At Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, we zealously defend our clients’ rights and work hard to hold those who sexually harass others accountable for their actions. We will stand up for you at all stages of your case, representing you in court and helping you regain your reputation and self-esteem. Our ultimate goal is to make you whole again, and to use your case to show employers that they cannot foster a culture where sexual harassment is tolerated.
If your employer claims that you have made false allegations of misconduct after conducting a sham investigation, the quality of the employer’s investigation and the evidentiary support for the employer’s conclusion may be helpful in identifying evidence in support of your case. If your employer has retaliated against you for resisting or reporting sexual harassment, you may have an additional claim. Contact us to discuss your situation and learn about your options.
Hostile Work Environment Lawyers
Sexual harassment cases can be exceedingly complex, and they require the attention of an attorney who is detail-oriented and will not overlook any useful information. We use our proven investigation techniques to gather evidence and testimony that will support your sexual harassment claims. We often represent clients where sexual harassment takes the form of:
- Inappropriate comments about clothing or appearance
- Supervisors’ and coworkers’ attempts to be alone with the employee
- Sexual remarks
- Sexual innuendo
- Pornography and sexually graphic emails
- Inappropriate comments made under the guise of being jokes
- Hostile work environments
- Pressure to provide sexual favors
- Unwanted groping, fondling, or touching
- Sexual assault
These circumstances often arise in quid pro quo situations, where the offender expects you to put up with these actions as a condition of keeping your job or earning a promotion. No matter what your exact situation is, you never have to tolerate sexual harassment.