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Workplace Sexual Harassment

Bringing Claims for Victims in Los Angeles

If you were subject to frequent and unwanted sexual advances or remarks that created a hostile work environment, you may be able to file a lawsuit against your employer, as these actions could violate state and federal laws. For legal guidance with your sexual harassment claim, contact Levin & Nalbandyan, LLP. We are committed to providing strong representation for victims of illegal actions in the workplace.

Schedule a free consultation by calling us at (213) 267-3640.

Filing a Complaint with Your Employer

If a co-worker, supervisor, agent of the company, or any other individual has sexually harassed you at work, record the dates of the incidences and file a complaint with your employer. Documenting the details of the harassment can help with the investigation when you file charges.

Filing a Charge with the Appropriate Agency

Before you can pursue a lawsuit against your employer, you must file a Charge of Discrimination with either the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Deciding which agency to file a charge with depends on the laws governing your case. In some instances, if you submit with one agency, your charge will automatically be sent to the other. Our lawyers can help you understand what laws pertain to your situation and which agency to submit a charge to.

Receiving a Right to Sue Notice

After receiving your charge, the agency will conduct an investigation, reviewing all relevant information about your situation. When the investigation is complete, the agency will send you a right to sue notice.

You can request the notice before the agency finishes its investigation. The EEOC will send it to you only if it believes it cannot close your case within the allotted timeframe. The DFEH will send it once your request is received. If you try to move forward with a lawsuit before receiving the notice, your case will not be heard. Once you have your right to sue notice, you can file a claim against your employer.

Call Levin & Nalbandyan, LLP for a Free Consultation

We know that being a victim of sexual harassment is emotionally, and sometimes physically, damaging. That is why our team is dedicated to helping you seek the compensation you deserve and holding the harasser accountable for their actions. Our team has decades of combined legal experience and has recovered millions of dollars for individuals who have been mistreated at work.

For high-quality representation, call us at (213) 267-3640 or contact us online. Your first consultation is FREE.

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