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When sexual harassment is ignored or denied

| Jun 15, 2018 | Sexual Harassment |

For sexual harassment victims, there may be many challenges to work through. As if being subjected to sexual harassment is not tough enough, some victims face additional problems. For example, sexual harassment in the workplace may be completely ignored by managers and co-workers, resulting in a particular individual being subjected to sexual harassment relentlessly. In the event that a victim decides to stand up for themselves, their claims may be rejected and perpetrators and even witnesses may deny that any sexual harassment occurred. Our law office knows how upsetting this can be from a victim’s standpoint, but it is crucial to remain committed to seeking justice.

Unfortunately, sexual harassment is denied for many reasons. Sometimes, people are afraid that they will lose their job or face financial ramifications if they speak out. In other cases, a person who has sexually harassed another at work may not even know that their actions were against the law and deny that any laws were broken. There are many different factors to take into consideration with sexual harassment cases but victims deserve a voice and should be fully aware of their rights. Moreover, each sexual harassment case is unique and some may have certain details that can have a major impact on the outcome.

If you have been subjected to sexual harassment while working, do not feel afraid to speak out. Even if the allegations are denied, you may be able to get justice. Our sexual harassment page has more on this form of unlawful workplace behavior.