You Don’t Have To Tolerate Sexual Harassment On The Job
Sexual harassment cases often involve more than unwanted advances or objectionable comments about one’s physical features or clothes. Victims can be denied promotions or fair work conditions for refusing to accept the harassment in the “right” spirit. They can be pressured into withdrawing complaints, or suffer retaliation for bringing intolerable conditions to the attention of a supervisor or human resources manager. In some cases, the victim is even threatened with physical violence.
We can advise you about your rights, how to document and prove the facts necessary to support your claim, and even help you negotiate a severance package if your work environment is no longer tolerable.
If you have been subjected to sexually hostile conditions in the workplace, required to accommodate unwanted advances, touching, or comments, or if you’ve experienced retaliation for reporting sexual harassment on the job, contact us, The Grubb Law Group.
Don’t Hesitate — You May Have A Case
Sexual harassment can take on many forms, including:
- Lewd comments or jokes
- Making sexually inappropriate gestures
- Sharing sexually inappropriate images or videos
- Writing or distributing suggestive letters or notes
- Inappropriately touching another co-worker
- Asking a co-worker about their sexual orientation
- Asking a co-worker about their sexual history
- Staring at a colleague in a sexually suggestive manner
- Asking a colleague to perform sexual acts for favors within the company or a promotion
Sexual harassment doesn’t just happen in the workplace. It can happen during the hiring process as well. Not only is this behavior intolerable, it’s also illegal.
We Can Help You Seek Restitution
Attorneys David L. Grubb and Kristina Thomas Whiteaker are seasoned trial lawyers with extensive experience protecting employees who have been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace. They’ve helped countless people all over West Virginia recover restitution for the injustice against them.
If you had to quit your job because of sexual harassment, we might be able to prove a constructive discharge claim on your behalf. That means that unlawful and intolerable working conditions effectively forced you out of your job.
Depending on the facts of your particular case, our employment law attorneys can work with the employer to resolve the issue, obtain injunctive relief to put an immediate halt to the offensive behavior and avoid retaliation, or negotiate an acceptable departure from your job. We can also sue in state or federal court to recover damages for you.
Protect Your Rights — Get Results
There’s no reason why you need to put up with sexual harassment in the workplace. If you believe that you’re experiencing harassment at your job, contact the compassionate yet aggressive lawyers at The Grubb Law Group.
Protect your rights and best interests with help from our law firm in Charleston. Call 304-982-7755 or send us a message to schedule a free initial consultation.