Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison is a passionate advocate for the rights of victims of sexual harassment.
If you’ve been the target of sexual harassment, you may feel like no one takes your suffering seriously or really cares about helping you. This will change as soon as you contact PLBSH. Our sexual harassment attorneys will take your complaint very seriously and do everything in our power to help you secure justice and compensation for the harassment you have experienced.
We offer free consultations and everything you tell us will be treated with the strictest confidentiality, so please do not hesitate to reach out to our sexual harassment attorneys when you need help.
We Handle All Kinds of Sexual Harassment Cases
Many different types of conduct can qualify as sexual harassment. Examples include:
- Unwelcome sexual advances or propositions
- Implying employment or promotion is contingent on accepting sexual advances or providing sexual favors to superiors
- Leering looks
- Offensive gestures or touching
- Comments about a person’s body, appearance, or sexual activity
- Conduct that shows hostility based on sex or gender
At PLBSH, we have extensive experience with sexual harassment cases and an excellent track record of securing positive outcomes for our clients. No matter what types of conduct your case involves, we can help.
Remember, however, that the occasional passing remark—offensive though it may be—does not constitute harassment. The conduct must either be frequent (such as daily verbal abuse) or severe (such as sexual assault) to qualify as sexual harassment.
You Can Start Standing Up for Your Rights Now
If you have experienced sexual harassment of any kind in your workplace, the first thing you should do is report it to your supervisor or HR department. This helps ensure that your employer will be liable if the harassment continues after your report.
You should also contact an experienced sexual harassment lawyer such as PLBSH. We will help you gather evidence for your case and guide you through the sometimes complicated and confusing process of pursuing a formal complaint against your employer within relevant deadlines.
Call (800) 435-7542 now to request your free and confidential consultation.