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Employment Law Attorneys

Tallahassee Employment Defense Lawyers

Sexual Harassment

Some valuable steps to protecting yourself and building a strong case against sexual harassment are:

  • Thoroughly document the harassment that is taking place. Include details like dates, times, who is involved, witnesses, comments, inappropriate touching, or any other relevant information.
  • Report the harassment at work. Sexual harassment claims are against employers. If you do not make your employer aware of the harassment, this can damage your claim. Report the harassment to your human resources department and/or your boss and let him or her know that you feel uncomfortable at work.
  • Review your employee handbook. Many employers have official policies regarding harassment. If you do not have a copy of the handbook, request one. If your workplace does not have one put together, ask if there are any other employee policies that you can have copies of.

Personal Injury

• Automobile Accidents
• Trucking Accidents
• Boating Accidents
• Motorcycle Accidents
• Negligent Security
• Assaults on Premises
• Traumatic Brain Injuries
• Spinal Cord Injuries
• Abuse of Elderly
• Child Abuse
• Dog Bite Attacks
• Physical Assaults
• Sexual Assaults
• Slip and Fall
• Unsafe Public Premises
• Defective Products
• Dangerous Products
• Wrongful Death
• Construction Site Injuries
• Daycare Negligence
• Childcare Negligence
• Teacher Negligence
• Hazing Injuries
• Injuries at School
• Car Accidents
• Social Security Disability

Employment Law

Discrimination • Sexual harassment • Whistle-blower retaliation • Employment Contract Disputes • Wage and hour (overtime) disputes • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) • Workers' compensation retaliation • Unemployment Compensation • Hostile Work Environment • Non-compete Agreements • Government/Public Sector Employees • State Employees • Federal Employees • Federal EEO Claims