If you believe that you have been subjected to sexual harassment or sex discrimination, including pregnancy discrimination, you have to decide if you want to pursue such a claim against your agency. If you do, then you must file a charge of discrimination (sexual harassment is a form of discrimination) with either the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Office of Administrative Hearings, Civil Rights Division (OAH-CRD) to protect your rights moving forward. However, this comment, while inappropriate is not enough to establish either unlawful harassment or unlawful discrimination.
Kirk J. Angel is an experienced attorney who focuses his practice on employment law. Mr. Angel, who has practiced employment law for more than 16 years, represents clients throughout North Carolina and more information about him is available at www.theangellawfirm.com This response is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice. Additionally, this response does not create an attorney client relationship. If you need legal advice, please contact a lawyer in your state who practices in the appropriate area.
I always think it is wise to visit with an attorney who specializes in sexual harassment and personal injury cases and discuss these matters in detail and get legal advice as what would be your best course of action. An attorney can give you an opinion as to whether you have a viable claim, and what procedural steps you should take. Many attorneys handle these cases on a contingency percentage fee, taking a percentage of the recovery. There are no hourly fees and most attorneys do not charge anything for an initial appointment to discuss your case. I would suggest that you begin your search for an attorney on this Avvo website. There is a tab "Find A Lawyer" on the home page of Avvo at www.avvo.com that will help you find a lawyer in this practice area in your locale. Good luck!
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