Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky

Sexual Harassment

The employment law attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal support and representation to any employees or former employees seeking to pursue a sexual harassment lawsuit. If you are a plaintiff claiming that you have been sexually harassed, it is crucial to have a competent and experienced sexual harassment lawyer to help you win your case. Contact a sexual harassment attorney at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky to schedule a free consultation and take the first step to recovering damages.

Sexual harassment manifests itself in a variety of guises, all of which are unacceptable and illegal. sexual harassment ranges from unwanted touching to rude sexist jokes to solicitation of sexual favors in exchange for work benefits. Sexual harassment has been historically directed at women in the workplace, but men are increasingly reporting that they have been sexually harassed.

Sexual harassment is unfortunately seriously under-reported, because victims of sexual harassment fear retaliation or are ashamed of their victimization. We, however, urge all victims of sexual harassment to understand that the best way to prevent sexual harassment is to take legal action against the perpetrators. We would also like to remind potential plaintiffs that retaliation is illegal, and an employer cannot fire a worker for filing a sexual harassment without creating an opening for more legal action.
Sexual harassment includes all of the following:

  • Inappropriate sexual jokes
  • Inappropriate touching
  • Creating a hostile work environment
  • Soliciting sexual favors
  • Sexist and derogatory language
  • Negative treatment about personal relationships
  • Sexually explicit language
  • Retaliation for refusing sexual advances


The employment lawyer at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide representation to both private sector employees and public sector employees. Discrimination in either case is equally anathema to us and equally illegal in the eyes of the law.

Essentially, any unwanted sexual advance constitutes sexual harassment. Being aware of this helps the victim make sound decisions in terms of legal action. There is no reason why anyone should tolerate sexual harassment, and a good first step to ending it involves contacting a lawyer. Contact our attorneys today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about how you can take action.

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