Verbal or Written Sexual Advances
Law Firm Representing Sexual Harassment Victims in Southern California
If you have been subjected to verbal or written sexual advances at work that are unwelcome, you may have a case of workplace sexual harassment. The key component in this situation is if these advances are unwelcome on your part and more than an isolated or random incident. When unwanted verbal or written sexual advances are repeated or become frequent, they may be considered as sexual harassment. You should inform the perpetrator of these advances in a clear and prompt manner that you do not want them. You may also find it necessary to inform your employer of the situation, especially in cases where the person you are dealing with refuses to stop his or her actions.
If the verbal or written sexual advances are made by your supervisor or another manager in your organization who has implied or threatened that, if you do not comply, you could lose your job or a promotion or be demoted, or lose some other employment benefit, then you are involved in a case of sexual harassment known as quid pro quo.
Talk to an Experienced Southern California Sexual Harassment Attorney
In any case of sexual harassment in which your employer does not resolve the situation to your satisfaction or where you have been physically or emotionally harmed, you should seek the advice of an attorney who has experience with these types of cases. At Spray, Gould & Bowers LLP, we have been successfully helping clients throughout Southern California in all types of sexual harassment cases for many decades. If you have been harassed through unwanted verbal or written sexual advances, you can discuss the facts of your case with a Southern California sexual harassment lawyer at the firm who has the extensive knowledge and experience in these matters that you need. We recommend that you contact the firm to arrange a free, confidential consultation as soon as possible.
Contact a Southern California sexual harassment attorney
at the firm if you have been sexually harassed at work through unwanted verbal or written sexual advances.