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The Importance of Having Legal Guidance When It Comes to Sexual Harassment and the Law

Last updated 1 year ago

Workplace sexual harassment is an uncomfortable situation for everyone involved. As a victim, you want to stand up for your rights while not destroying the work environment. This can be a difficult predicament, no matter your gender or age. Fortunately, a sexual harassment attorney can help you get the justice and financial restitution you deserve. Here are a few reasons why a sexual harassment lawyer is helpful in advocating for your rights:

Assessing Your Claim

Gestures, touching, lewd comments, and taunting are all examples of workplace sexual harassment. The strength of your claim may vary depending on the degree and specifics of the harassment you experienced. A skilled attorney can listen to your story and help you decide whether filing a case is the best resolution for your conflict.

Navigating State Law

In addition to federal harassment laws, a sexual harassment lawyer can help you apply the applicable state law to your claim. The specifics of state law claims may vary, but an experienced legal professional can assess the strength of your case and use past relevant judicial opinions to convince the judge to rule in your favor.

Negotiating A Settlement

Often, employers will go to great lengths to avoid a costly trial. Offering sexual harassment victims a financial settlement protects a company against bad public relations and costly legal bills. However, only an experienced sexual harassment attorney will really know the reasonable parameters of your financial settlement. A lawyer can negotiate with your employer to ensure that you receive a fair financial compensation package.

Sexual harassment is against the law. If you have been a victim of unwanted touching, taunting, or joking, you may have a strong claim with which to sue your employer. Only an experienced sexual harassment lawyer can assess the strength of your claim. San Jose residents should contact the Advocacy Center for Employment Law at (888) 703-2911. Call today to schedule a free appointment with with our skilled staff.


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