Workplace Sexual Harassment Attorney in Tallahassee, FL

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Were you sexually harassed by a supervisor, co-worker, or client/customer? If so, you may be entitled to pursue a legal claim against your employer for the harm and loss you endured because they failed to take reasonable steps to prevent or stop the harassment. Turn to a Tallahassee sexual harassment lawyer from Cruz Law Firm, P.A., for help demanding the justice and accountability you deserve.

Over the last decade, our firm has helped hardworking people like you recover from some of the most difficult situations involving workplace sexual harassment. Our legal team has brought more than a hundred cases to trial over their career, giving us deep familiarity with the Tallahassee court system. With our attorneys in your corner, you will know you have aggressive, dedicated advocates who will fight hard for the best possible result in your case. Our track record of success is reflected in the dozens of five-start client reviews and our many satisfied clients.

Reach out to Cruz Law for an initial case evaluation with a Tallahassee sexual harassment attorney. We can review your situation, explain your options, and tell you what we can do on your behalf, all without risk or obligation.

Tallahassee Sexual Harassment Lawyer Near Me (850) 701-8838

Examples of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Common examples of behavior that constitutes workplace sexual harassment include:

  • Sexual comments about an employee’s body or clothing
  • Leering
  • Frequently standing unnecessarily close to an employee
  • Repeatedly propositioning an employee for sex or dates
  • Making obscene jokes or sexual innuendos
  • Posting or sharing offensive or obscene photos or videos, such as pornography
  • Talking about sexual acts or exploits in a graphic manner
  • Asking employees about their sexual history, dating or marital status, or what or who they find sexually attractive
  • Unwanted, inappropriate touching, such as caressing, pinching, fondling, reaching underneath clothing, or touching an employee’s intimate parts
  • Requesting sexual favors for the promise of job benefits, including hiring, promotions, pay raises, or favorable work assignments
  • Demanding sexual favors after threatening an applicant’s or employee’s employment status or physical safety
To consult with an sexual harassment lawyer serving Tallahassee, Florida, call (850) 701-8838

What Is Sexual Harassment?

Sexual harassment occurs when a job applicant or employee is subjected to unwelcome and inappropriate sexual remarks, sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or verbal or physical assaults of a sexual nature. There are different types of sexual harassment cases. Sexual harassment comes in two forms: