Are you the victim of sexual harassment? If you’re like a lot of people, then you either don’t know or you’re afraid to speak out against your abuser. This is understandable. After all, an erroneous claim could threaten to sully your name and your career. But here’s the truth: you have more to gain by coming forward than you have to lose by staying in the shadows. And you don’t have to face this fight alone.
Know How to Build a Case
Building a sexual harassment case, such as one based on quid pro quo, isn’t as easy as a lot of people think. You need to be diligent in your efforts to gather evidence, including witness accounts, then you need to apply that evidence to the applicable laws with enough persuasion to be compelling to a jury. This takes time, patience, and skill. You need to conduct depositions to lock witnesses into their testimony and figure out what they know, and you need to gather relevant documents from your employer to learn what actions were taken, if any, to rectify the situation.
You Need Experience on Your Side
Sexual harassment cases are too important to leave to legal professionals who are inexperienced or don’t have a track record of success. At our firm, we take pride in our experience and dedication to employment law matters, including sexual harassment and wrongful termination. Time and again, our clients find that they benefit by receiving the custom-tailored legal approach and one-on-one attention that we provide them.
Not only are we aggressive at the negotiation table and in the courtroom, but we’re also compassionate. We know that coping with the aftermath of sexual harassment and wrongful termination can be difficult, to say the least. This is why you need the support you deserve in every facet of your life. We’re here to help those who think they can benefit from our assistance with the legal battles ahead of them.