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Fired For Reporting Sexual Harassment?

It is a violation of state and federal law to terminate an employee for reporting sexual harassment in the workplace. If you made a good-faith complaint of sexual harassment to your employer, supervisor or human resources representative and you have reason to believe you were fired (or suffered other adverse action) for reporting the harassment, you may have a claim under state or federal law. If you believe you were the victim of unlawful retaliation, contact Caskey & Holzman by completing the potential client intake form on our main page entitled "Do I Have A Case? "

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