My Employer Raped Me?
Get a free consultation and speak about your feelings of “My employer raped me?” Many people say “My employer raped me” and want to learn their legal rights. However, we want you to know about important distinctions with the law and your legal rights.
Generally, people say “My employer raped me” and want a free consultation regarding sexual abuse and sexual harassment. So if you or a loved one have dealt with sexual harassment, it may be very beneficial for you to learn about the law. You might be entitled to compensation.
Employers need to be very careful not to break the law, because they have an important position in people’s lives. It can be very difficult to speak up after being harassed or bullied by a employer. There is a social stigma and a lot of pressure on this legal topic. Unfortunately, both adults and children are sometimes the victim of sexual assault, harassment, rape, bullying, and more. We are here to help whether you are dealing with physical or verbal harassment.
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Both males and females and others can be the victim of sexual harassment. Homesexual, heterosexual, LGBTQ, and all other denominations can be on either side of a sexual harassment assailant or victim. Our office is here to stand up for people who have been wronged in such an incident. Since 2013, attorney Jimmy Hanaie has dedicated his life to fighting for people who have suffered a personal injury or traumatic event.
Usually, sexual harassment can be one isolated event or can be part of a long series of events. Either way, a “My employer raped me” legal case can be complicated. Our office takes many cases on a contingency basis which means that we only get paid when our client wins.
There are many types of outcomes and ramifications that can result from a sexual incident. For example, you may be in need of medical treatment, might have been wrongfully terminated from your job, developed domestic issues, and many other problems.
My Employer Raped Me?
We are very understanding and patient and here to speak with you about all of the facts of your legal situation. You can call us any day of the week, even on weekends, for a completely free consultation day or night. We do our best to be available for you 24/7 for your fully free and complimentary sexual harassment consultation evaluation.
It is important to take some steps regarding your situation. For example, keep safe any and all text messages, photographs, voicemails, injury bruises, witness statements, or any other supporting evidence. If you wait too long many of these evidence may get lost or misplaced and lead to problems for you down the road.
It is a completely confidential free consultation. In addition, we can provide you with a free ebook for contacting us today. You can either call us at (800) 400-5050 or complete our quick and easy online contact form to be contact by an actual experienced attorney. Thank you so much for being here and we hope that you call us even if you are not sure if you have a valid legal case.