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Don’t Settle For Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a very serious offense. This type of hassling and intimidation can create a hostile workplace, leading you to dread going to work every day. You may feel alone and without recourse. With the help of the law firm of Markowitz & Richman, you are not alone, and you have options regarding the resolution of your situation.

Serving Harassment Victims Across Pennsylvania

For more than 30 years, the employment law attorneys of Markowitz & Richman have assisted individuals who have fallen victim to sexual harassment in the workplace. Whether or not you are still employed at the scene of the harassment is irrelevant. We can help you gain control of the situation regardless of your current employment status.

Contact us to arrange a consultation at any of our five office locations: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Allentown, Pennsylvania; Haddonfield, New Jersey; or New York, New York.

Stand Up And Protect Your Rights

Do not let your harasser get away with his or her devious actions. You do not have to put up with a hostile work environment. If you feel uncomfortable in any way and have asked the person to cease the actions, you have a duty to report that person to your superiors. We can help advise you on how to proceed with an action against the harasser, regardless of your gender or the gender of the harasser.

If a boss or supervisor is sexually harassing you and threatening your job if you do not go along with the unwanted advances, you have rights. You cannot be fired for not complying with orders to submit to sexual harassment. This would constitute a wrongful termination claim.

You may be able to gain compensation from the harasser and your employer by filing an action against both of these parties. Our experience with these types of cases allows us to view your situation from many different angles. This ensures that you will get the most thorough representation possible.

Contact Our Philadelphia Attorneys

If you have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, contact Markowitz & Richman at 800-590-4561 to discuss the possibilities for your case. Let us help you take back control of the situation and assist in facilitating a workplace environment that allows you to be successful.