Have you experienced harassment in the workplace? You have several rights
available to you. Attorney Bill Marder. You can put an end to your harassment,
abuse, and neglect so that you can resume your work as peacefully as possible.
You have the right to take legal action and initiate a lawsuit, which
can stem some of the effects of your case.
Attorney Bill Marder is here to protect the rights of those who have been
mistreated in the workplace.
With over two decades of experience serving wronged employees and achieving
multi-million dollar settlements, he knows all of the tactics to fully represent his clients.
What Are My Legal Options?
Perhaps you have tried many times to stop the person who is harassing you.
Or, you have turned to your employers to resolve the matter, only to be
met with deaf ears, you have the right to hold that company liable for
failing to address the harassment. You may also be able to file suit because
you are working in a “hostile work environment,” for pervasive
and offensive mistreatment.
Some examples of hostile work environments include:
- Intimidation, taunting, ridiculing, or threats
- Sexual harassment
- Racial discrimination
- Discrimination based on ethnicity
- Discrimination due to pregnancy
Keep a record of every incident of harassment. When filing suit, this written
documentation will come in handy, and will only strengthen your case further.
You will have proof of that you spoke with your employer about the issue,
and what transpired in that conversation. Because employment laws can
be rather complex, having an attorney speak for your best interests is
a critical part in ensuring your rights are protected.
Stand Up to Harassers—Call Now!
Attorney Bill Marder can act as your voice through every step in this matter.
You should never have to suffer in silence, especially as an employee.
You have the right to work in an environment that will not endanger your
health or your well-being. You do not have to face this matter on your
own any longer—let Attorney Bill assist you right away!
Discuss your case with Bill by calling (888) 796-4010 or filling out a
free consultation form.