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Workplace Harassment & Abuse Helpline

Were you or a loved one the victim of sexual abuse, harassment or assault in the workplace?
Do not fight alone! You may qualify for financial compensation.


About Abuse in the Workplace

Individuals who have experienced sexual abuse, physical abuse, or assault by someone in a position of power within an institution may suffer significant trauma that can affect their physical, mental, and financial well-being. Many survivors may need to seek professional therapy to help them cope with the aftermath of the abuse. Additionally, the medical costs and lost wages associated with the abuse can quickly add up, resulting in financial harm.


Although perpetrators of assault/abuse can be punished in criminal court, victims may not receive compensation unless they file a civil lawsuit. It is important for survivors to know their legal rights and options, including seeking compensation for the harm they have endured. Taking legal action can provide survivors with a sense of justice and closure, as well as the financial resources necessary to help them heal and move forward with their lives.


Victims of Workplace Abuse

Sexual abuse, sexual assault, and physical abuse can affect individuals of all ages, including men and women, and both children and adults. The abuse can be perpetrated by anyone, including those who are employed by organizations, companies, and various institutions. Workplace abuse and assault often occur when the abuser exploits the power imbalance created within  an institution or workplace.


We strongly believe that all survivors of assault and abuse deserve the opportunity to hold their abusers accountable for their actions. We understand the trauma that victims of sexual abuse endure and the impact it can have on their lives. We are committed to helping survivors navigate the legal system and pursue justice for the harm they have suffered. We are dedicated to holding institutions accountable for enabling or failing to prevent sexual abuse from occurring.


Additional Info / Summary

Sexual abuse involves any non-consensual sexual behavior, ranging from unwanted touching to rape, indecent exposure, and pornography. It can have a devastating impact on the survivor, causing both immediate and long-term physical and psychological harm.


Sexual assault, sexual abuse, and physical abuse  can all  happen to anyone, regardless of their age, race, gender, or sexual orientation. Institutional sex abuse occurs when the victim is targeted by someone abusing their position of power within an organization, business or other institution, including authority figures such as employees, coworkers, business owners and more.


If you or a loved one has experienced sexual assault, sexual abuse, or physical abuse, it can be a difficult and emotional experience. Seeking justice may involve working with an experienced sex abuse attorney, who can help guide you through the legal process and ensure that your rights are protected. A skilled attorney can provide you with the support and representation you need to pursue a civil lawsuit against your abuser and any institutions that may have enabled the abuse to occur.

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