San Diego Sexual Harassment Attorney

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Sexual Harassment In San Diego

Sexual harassment cases can be complex and challenging to raise and handle, as well as potentially traumatic for the injured party. Sexual harassment at work can arise in many different forms such as unwelcome sexual advances, a sexually charged working environment, inappropriate behavior on the part of managers or other employees, and any other explicitly sexual conduct that adversely affects a person’s right to work safely.

While sexual harassment cases are most commonly filed by women, sexual harassment also impacts men and Trans individuals who closely identify with the LGBT community.

If you have been sexually harassed, forced to work within a hostile work environment or otherwise suffered due to inappropriate sexual conduct or comments within the workplace, Walker Law is here to help.

How We Approach Sexual Harassment Claims In San Diego

Whether you continue to work in a sexually charged or otherwise hostile working environment or have left a job as a result of the same, you have the right under California law to seek recourse.

Walker Law will fight in your corner and do everything in our power to ensure that the situation is redressed and that you are compensated fairly. We understand these cases are often very sensitive in nature and emotional for the victim. Our team takes privacy seriously and will work with you every step of the way to ensure you are comfortable with the way the case is being handled.

San Diego Sexual Harassment Claims We Handle

We provide a free case evaluation and can help with all sexual harassment claims in the San Diego area, including:
  • If you have been subjected to inappropriate language, comments or behavior of an overtly sexual nature in the workplace.
  • If you work within a hostile environment due to sexually charged or inappropriate workplace behavior.
  • If you have been denied a promotion or other benefits due to rejection of unwanted sexual advances.
  • If your employer has not or will not intervene to prevent or end sexual harassment.
  • If you have been physically attacked or threatened within the workplace.
  • If another person in your workplace touches you inappropriately or behaves towards you in a sexually threatening manner.
If you believe that you or a family member has been sexually harassed in the workplace, you should speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. It's important to act as fast as possible to ensure you have adequate time to file your case. If you need support, assistance, or guidance with any sexual harassment claim in the San Diego area, do not hesitate to contact us.

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