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Although workplace bullying can take many forms, when the harassment is based on gender, race or another unchangeable factor, it becomes illegal. Sexual and racial harassment are severe and pervasive; they can take the form of insulting remarks, pictures or inappropriate contact by a supervisor or co-workers. If you are in a hostile work environment with any of the above circumstances, it is important to fight to protect your rights.
Law Offices of Gary R. Carlin, APC has been fighting harassment in the workplace for more than 45 years. One of our experienced employee rights lawyers will meet with you to determine if you have the right to legal recourse. If you have a case, we will fight aggressively for your rights and seek justice on your behalf.
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Whether you are male or female, sexual harassment in the workplace is a violation of your employee rights. Under law, employers are required to perform a thorough investigation. Many internal investigations, however, are found to be invalid or inconclusive, as admitting otherwise would hold the employer liable for damages. And all too often, the offending supervisor or co-worker is insufficiently disciplined, particularly if he or she is a high-ranking employee or generates a lot of revenue for the organization.
If you have been a victim of sexual harassment, the employment law attorneys of Law Offices of Gary R. Carlin, APC will fully investigate your claim and hold any responsible parties accountable for their actions. We fight vigorously on behalf of our clients, whether it’s through settlement or litigation, to ensure that they receive the best resolution possible.
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To speak with one of our Long Beach hostile work environment attorneys, contact us online for a free, confidential initial consultation. From our office in Long Beach, we serve clients across Southern California. We handle each case on a contingency basis, which means you will not pay legal fees unless you win your case.