Unwelcome Touching Or Grabbing In The Workplace

One of the most obvious signs of sexual harassment in the workplace is unwelcome touching or grabbing of body parts. There is no occupation in which this is acceptable behavior in the workplace or at a job-related function.

How Do You Know If You Should Speak With An Attorney?

  • If unwelcome touching or grabbing occurs even once if it feels violative.
  • If it is repetitive and unwelcome (e.g., repeated shoulder massages, grabbing of the waist or thigh, or any other contact that could be perceived as sexual in nature).

If physical contact is severe or frequent enough that it is disturbing, you should speak with an attorney right way. Sexual harassment claims have a strict statute of limitations that is usually about one year. Time limits vary, so it is critical that you speak with an attorney before too much time has passed.

We can help you pursue legal action and gain protection from further harassment and retaliation the sooner you contact us.

Call Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP, today at (510) 433-1000 for a free consultation.

Legal Remedies And Protections Of A Sexual Harassment Claim

We understand if you are afraid to file a claim against a current or former co-worker, supervisor or employer. Many of our clients have been intimidated or fear such consequences as job loss, reduced pay or working hours, loss of position, physical harm and other forms of retaliation.

However, retaliation against anyone who files, testifies or assists with a sexual harassment claim in California is prohibited by law. We are one of the top plaintiffs' employment harassment law firms in California and among the top-rated harassment firms in the U.S. Our lawyers have obtained six- and seven-figure verdicts and settlements on behalf of clients who have suffered emotional, physical, psychological, financial and career damages in sexual harassment cases.

We vigorously advocate for our clients' rights and pursue maximum compensation on a contingency fee basis in all cases. You pay us nothing unless we achieve a favorable verdict or settlement on your behalf.

Call Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP, Today

For a free consultation with an attorney, call Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP, at (510) 433-1000 or contact us online.