Sexual Harassment

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The Potts Law Firm represents victims of sexual harassment, which has been exposed as rampant in the workplace across every industry. The Potts Law Firm seeks to hold employers accountable for the environment they create. There are federal and state laws which prohibit sexual harassment. However, the EEOC and courts have special requirements that must be met before an employee can sue for sexual harassment. The Potts Law Firm can help you understand your options and navigate your claim for your sexual harassment against your employer.

The Potts Law Firm attorneys represent clients through all stages of litigation of employment claims. Our attorneys are dedicated to ensuring fair treatment across all professions and at all employment levels. As advocates for labor fairness, our goal is to protect your rights against injustice in the workplace. If you believe you’ve been the victim of sexual harassment in your workplace, contact The Potts Law Firm today to discuss your rights and to schedule your free consultation.

Common Damages

Legal remedies may be made for the following sexual harassment damages:

  • Future wage loss and future benefit loss
  • Compensatory damages
  • Emotional harm damages
  • Punitive damages
  • Attorney’s fees and costs
Frequently Asked Questions
What constitutes sexual harassment?

Sexual harassment is a form of sexual discrimination by law. This category includes:

  • Requests or demands for sexual favors
  • Unwelcome sexual advances and/or comments
  • Verbal or physical conduct/actions of a sexual nature

These categories are considered harassment when they interfere with an employee’s performance or create a work environment that is hostile, intimidating or offensive.

What constitute a hostile work environment?

Hostile Work Environment harassment refers to the presence of sexual or demeaning images, threats, aggressive behavior, or sexually explicit or implicit jokes in the workplace. The behavior must be severe enough that it creates an offensive or intimidating work environment. When an employee is the victim of sexual harassment, either the employee can sue the business or the EEOC can file a lawsuit on the employee’s behalf.

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