USC Sexual Harassment Attorney in California Did you ever expect to suffer sexual harassment in your workplace? Although sexual harassment is very common in the workplace, no one ever expects to become a victim of sexual harassment. Were you sexually harassed in USC during your time working there? Did your managers or supervisors sexually harass you? Did your coworkers subject you to sexual harassment? Did your employer fail to address the sexual harassment that you suffered?

If you were victimized in your workplace after being subjected to sexual harassment, you might have grounds to take action against your employer. If you are interested in learning more about your right to take action against your employer after being subject to sexual harassment, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance as soon as possible. If a manager or supervisor at USC sexually harassed you, you might have the right to sue USC for sexual harassment. If you would like to discuss your situation with USC sexual harassment lawyers in Los Angeles, do not hesitate to contact the experts at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group as soon as possible.

California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group is an employment law firm that has dedicated many years to representing the employees who have been mistreated in the workplace. Our law firm has successfully handled claims against even the largest employers. If you would like to learn more about your right to file a USC sexual harassment lawsuit, do not hesitate to discuss your claim with a California sexual harassment attorney for USC employees at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group as soon as possible. Our attorneys will provide you with all the information that you need to take action against USC.

What is Sexual Harassment?

Sexual harassment is a form of workplace discrimination – specifically, discrimination based on sex. Sexual harassment is unwanted sexual conduct. In general, sexual harassment could include inappropriate touching, rape, sexual propositions, and distasteful comments/jokes alluding to sexual activity. Although sexual harassment is normally defined as something directly related to sexual misconduct, it could also consist of any form of discrimination based on a person’s sex. There are many misconceptions surrounding sexual harassment in the workplace. To avoid these misconceptions, consider the following:

  • Victims/harassers could be of any sex. The harassment could be male/female, female/male, male/male, and female/female, for example.
  • Harassers could be coworkers, supervisors, managers, and even parties who frequent your workplace.
  • Sexual harassment can be direct and indirect/

For more information about sexual harassment in the workplace, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible. A lawyer with experience in USC sexual harassment cases will provide you with all the information that you need to better understand sexual harassment and your rights after being harassed in your workplace.

Some Examples of Sexual Harassment

Without a doubt, sexual harassment could be difficult to identify – especially if the harasser apologizes or makes excuses. Consider the following examples of sexual harassment in the workplace:

  • While sitting in your office, you open an email to find that a manager sent you inappropriate pictures. After sending the pictures, your manager continuously makes you inappropriate sexual offers.
  • During a meeting, your coworkers and your superiors were making jokes at your expense. When you tried to leave the conference room, one of your coworkers groped you.
  • When looking in an office closet for new supplies, a manager blocked the exit and tried to have sexual relations with you.
  • During an interview for a new job, the interviewing manager begins proposing employment or promotions in exchange for sexual favors.
  • While performing your normal job duties, your coworkers start passing around sexually explicit objects and being very inappropriate with them towards you.

Regardless of the specific details of the sexual harassment that you experience, you must always remember one thing. If a supervisor or coworker at USC creates a hostile work environment due to constant sexual harassment, you have the right to take action. If you would like to learn more about your right to take action against your employer, do not hesitate to contact the USC discrimination attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group as soon as possible.

The Federal and State Laws that Prohibit Sexual Harassment

Are there any laws that protect you if USC wrongfully and illegally fired you after you reported sexual harassment? If you suffered any sort of sexual harassment, you must be aware of the protections granted by both federal and state law. On the federal level, all employees are protected by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. This employment law is enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). On the state level, employees are protected by the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). This employment law is enforced by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Both the EEOC and DFEH enforce laws that protect against sexual harassment; therefore, you have the option of pursuing your claim with either agency. If you would like to learn more about the federal and state laws that prohibit sexual harassment as well as the EEOC and DFEH, do not hesitate to contact our law firm and request to speak with our USC sexual harassment lawyers today.

Sexual Harassment Lawsuit against USC

As mentioned above, you could pursue a charge with the EEOC or DFEH; however, you could also file a sexual harassment lawsuit against your employer. Under certain circumstances, you might even be eligible to participate in a class action lawsuit against USC for sexual harassment. After filing a charge with the EEOC or DFEH, you can pursue a civil lawsuit against your employer. To pursue a civil lawsuit, you will have to receive a right to sue letter from the appropriate employment agency. After receiving the letter, you must seek legal assistance and begin the legal process. Filing a lawsuit will make you eligible to receive compensation. Although filing an independent civil lawsuit is the most common option for most claimants, some situations make it possible to pursue USC sexual harassment class action lawsuits. For more information about your right to pursue a lawsuit after you were sexually harassed by USC or someone working at USC, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible. Our workplace sexual harassment lawyers will provide you with all the information that you need to file your USC wrongful termination and sexual harassment lawsuit.

Recovering Compensation for Your Claim

Could you receive compensation after you were sexually assaulted and repeatedly sexually harassed in the workplace? Could you receive compensation if you suffered retaliation after reporting the sexual harassment that you suffered? Depending on the details of your claim, you might be eligible to receive compensation for the sexual harassment that you suffered. Although every claim is different, claimants are often eligible to recover compensation for lost income, lost wages, pain/suffering, and punitive damages, for example. In some cases, claimants are even eligible to recover compensation for medical expenses. How much compensation could you receive? USC sexual harassment cases can have an average value of approximately $300,000. In some cases, case values can reach closer to the millions. Because USC sexual harassment lawsuits can be worth so much, it is essential that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible. Regardless of the details of your claim, you could be certain that our lawyers will always do everything within their reach to ensure that you are rightfully compensated. If you are ready to discuss your claim with a USC workplace sexual harassment attorney, do not hesitate to contact California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group today – a law firm representing victims of sexual harassment against USC.

Los Angeles USC Sexual Harassment Lawyer – Contact Our Law Firm Today

You might be in need of a USC wrongful termination lawyer after USC harasses you and retaliates against you. If you would like to speak with a lawyer who has experience in USC sexual harassment cases, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible. California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group is an employment law firm dedicated to representing all victims of sexual harassment in their workplace. Our USC sexual assault lawyers have many years of experience handling sexual harassment claims, and they are ready to fight for your rights as an employer. To speak with a USC harassment lawyer at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group, contact our law firm today.

Our firm offers free consultations and free second opinions to all employees who have been victims of sexual harassment. During our free consultations and free second opinions, our experts will answer all your questions, address all your concerns, and provide you with all the information that you need to pursue your claim. If you are ready to discuss your claim with a lawyer who can help sue USC for sexual harassment, do not hesitate to contact our law firm and request to schedule a free consultation or free second opinion.

The free legal services available at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group are part of our Zero-Fee guarantee. Because of our Zero-Fee guarantee, you will never have to worry about paying any upfront legal fees for any of our expenses. Our law firm is also strictly based on contingency; therefore, you will never have to pay anything until your claim is successful. If you are ready to discuss your claim with our attorneys, contact our firm today.

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