Sexual Harassment Lawyer

in Charleston, WV

Stroebel & Stroebel Protects the Rights of Clients in West Virginia

The sexual harassment attorneys at Stroebel and Johnson represent and protect the rights of clients who experience any type of offensive behavior based on a person’s sex, including discrimination, intimidation, verbal threats or abuse, sexual innuendo, as well as unwanted sexual advances. Keep in mind that hostile or physically aggressive behavior based on gender is a form of sexual harassment. If this happens to you in the workplace, it may be enough to file a lawsuit, especially if you lost your job due to this type of intimidation. Call (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, to schedule a free consultation today. You may also contact us online to schedule your consultation.

Quid Pro Quo Matters in Charleston, WV

In the workplace, unwanted behavior could come from a co-worker or a person in management who accosts a subordinate employee, or vice-versa. One such abusive scenario involves ‘quid pro quo,’ often where a superior asks for sexual favors from an employee in exchange for hiring, promotion, or as a condition of keeping their job. Even if this happens once, in West Virginia it may be enough for a case if it involves losing work or your job. This is why it is important to speak with a sexual harassment attorney in Charleston, WV, as soon as possible, to document your claim and help protect your rights.

Sexual Harassment and Various Forms of Job Intimidation

Sexual harassment is just one of many forms of intimidation or abuse that residents of West Virginia may encounter in the workplace or in other social situations. To protect your civil rights, our attorneys encourage our clients to assert them when necessary. Formally standing up for your rights lets the abuser know you take your freedom seriously. When sexual harassment and intimidation occur in the workplace, it sends a message to coworkers and other prospective employers.

Know Your Rights and Assert Them with Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC

You have the right to be free from harassment at work, and sexual harassment is the most common form of abusive work environment. Employers with more than 15 employees may fall under federal standards, so it is advisable to speak with a lawyer who is experience in West Virginia and federal employment law. Contact Stroebel & Stroebel today; we stand with you to assert your rights.