Sexual Harassment Lawyer In Portland
You do not have to tolerate sexual harassment in the workplace!
Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances or touching, conversations about sex, offensive emails or texts, unwanted requests for dates, degrading images or offensive comments. This conduct is unlawful – whether you are being targeted by a corporate executive, supervisor, co-worker or customer.
In Portland, Oregon, attorney Eric Wilson of Oregon Employment Law is a committed advocate for victims of workplace sexual harassment. Eric has over 15 years of experience handling sexual harassment cases in Oregon. Eric prides himself on helping victims of sexual harassment stand up to their harassers and empower themselves through the legal system.
Getting Results for Victims of Hostile Work Environments
If you are still employed and being harassed at work, Eric will advise you on the steps you can take to help ensure your rights are protected.
If you were forced to resign due to sexual harassment or terminated after suffering sexual harassment, Eric and his team at Oregon Employment Law will take aggressive action to obtain the maximum recovery possible from your former employer for your lost wages and emotional distress. Eric will also seek to hold the individuals who harassed you personally responsible for their misconduct by suing them individually for the harm they caused.
You Do Not Have to Submit to Sexual Advances by Supervisors
It is unlawful for a supervisor to request dates or sexual favors in return for a job offer, promotion or continued employment. This is called “quid pro quo” sexual harassment and it is prohibited under the law. If your supervisor has suggested that your employment depends on you giving in to his sexual advances, contact Eric Wilson at Oregon Employment Law to discuss your legal rights.
Call a Lawyer Committed to Securing Justice for Victims
If you are the victim of sexual harassment, please do not hesitate to contact Eric Wilson at his office in Portland, Oregon. No matter where you live in Oregon, you can contact him online or directly by calling to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your workplace rights.
As a client of Oregon Employment Law and Eric Wilson, you will not owe anything unless he can secure compensation on your behalf.