Woodland Hills Sexual Harassment Attorney
Protecting the Rights of the Wrongfully Harassed
Being subjected to sexual harassment is an extremely difficult situation
to deal with, whether it occurs during your leisure time or in a workplace
setting. Most victims of sexual harassment feel embarrassed and ashamed
and are therefore deterred from taking action.
You may feel isolated, which is exactly why you need the Woodland Hills
sexual harassment lawyer at the
Law Offices of Ali Taheripour to serve as your voice. We protect our clients and make sure the individuals
or companies that allowed for something as intrusive as sexual harassment
is brought to justice.
Whether it is filing with administrative agencies or civil courthouses,
we assure you that we fight for your rights and abruptly end any further
actions that could be deemed as sexual harassment. Further, we ensure
that you receive compensation for the psychological pain as the victim
of someone subjected to sexual harassment.
We are here to listen to your story and provide the legal assistance you
(818) 629-1121 or
contact us online to get started.
Examples of Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment can come in many forms. Additionally, anyone regardless
of gender can be a victim or a perpetrator of sexual harassment. While
sexual harassment lawsuits tend to originate from the workplace, occurrences
can happen anywhere.
Though sexual harassment doesn’t always look the same, some examples
- Asking about someone’s sex life
- Asking about someone’s sexual orientation
- Asking for sexual favors
- Brushing up against a person in an inappropriate and purposeful manner
- Following a person around who doesn’t want the attention
- Inappropriate and suggestive touching, rubbing, or grabbing of someone’s
body and/or clothing
- Making insulting comments about someone’s gender identity or sexual
- Making sexually offensive gestures, remarks, or facial expressions
- Physically preventing a person’s movements
- Repeatedly asking for dates despite being rebuffed
- Sending unwanted suggestive or lewd emails, letters, or other communications or
- Sharing images of a sexual nature around the workplace
- Staring and gawking
- Telling lewd jokes or sharing stories about sexual experiences, especially
when unprompted or unwanted
I am Being Sexually Harassed at Work. What Can I Do?
Sexual harassment is often associated with the workplace. If you have been
sexually harassed at work, you can file a lawsuit against the harasser,
prove that their actions have legally constituted harassment, and seek
compensation for the damages inflicted upon you.
There are two primary ways to legally prove that you are a victim of sexual
harassment, which are “quid pro quo” and “hostile work
environment”. Quid pro quo occurs when a superior demands favors
of a sexual nature in return for various benefits, including job security,
money and gifts, promotions, and more. A single instance of quid pro quo
sexual harassment will lead to liability. To show that there is a hostile
environment, a victim of sexual harassment needs to prove that the harassment
has been pervasive and severe, and it can either be verbal or physical.
You should contact a skilled employee rights lawyer in Los Angeles immediately.
Call the Law Offices of Ali Taheripour Today!
Sexual harassment can make you feel powerless, but that doesn’t mean
you are. Abusers rely on their victims not taking action. If you have
been sexually harassed and would like to discuss your legal options, please
do not hesitate to reach out to
our firm today. All consultations are completely confidential and come with no
obligation to retain our legal services.
We are here for you.
(818) 629-1121 or
contact us online to set up your consultation today.