Have you been retaliated against for reporting sexual harassment? Fight for fair treatment with help from Perona, Langer, Beck and Harrison.
If you notice sexual harassment occurring in your workplace, you have the right to oppose it—formally or informally—without fear of your stance affecting your employment. If your employer does take action against you for making a good faith report of sexual harassment, or for participating in someone else’s FEHA sexual harassment case, this qualifies as retaliation and you do not have to tolerate it.
Perona, Langer, Beck and Harrison Will Fight for Your Rights
At PLBH, we have over 50 years of experience in employment law. We have consistently helped clients achieve successful outcomes in many different types of retaliation cases, including but not limited to cases involving wrongful termination for reporting of sexual harassment. We can help you build the strongest possible case for fair treatment under the law, whether the retaliation against you has taken the form of:
- Wrongful termination
- Pay cuts
- Being passed over for promotions
- Schedule changes
- Hostile behavior
- Other harmful actions
We will work closely with you on your case, making sure you understand your rights and options and we understand your goals for the resolution of your case. Whether you hope to have your rightful position and pay restored following wrongful termination or pay cuts, or you simply want to seek compensation for the unfair treatment you have experienced, we will work hard to help you achieve your goals.
Here’s What You Need to Do
In order to pursue a claim for retaliation for reporting sexual harassment, you need to take the following steps:
- Gather evidence showing your opposition to or reporting of the sexual harassment
- Request a written explanation of the termination or other adverse action taken against you by your employer
- Contact Perona, Langer, Beck and Harrison
You can trust the experienced retaliation attorneys at PLBH to provide an honest and reliable assessment of the strength of your case and your potential for securing compensation. We will help you file the necessary paperwork to get your claim started.
We will do everything in our power to secure a satisfactory resolution to your case quickly in mediation or arbitration; however, if necessary we certainly will not hesitate to file a lawsuit on your behalf and take your employer to court. Perona, Langer, Beck and Harrison is well known as a fearsome foe to face in court and we have successfully secured countless beneficial judgements for our clients.
Call Now to Get Started
To learn more about your rights and options, call us at (800) 435-7542 today and request your free initial consultation.