i was told this was the person second time coming forth but they dont have any evidence on me nor withnesses and i have witnesses of my wear abouts at all timesi have witnesses to also from people who was there the day they claim it first took action and my job have cameras but wont show me when it were this occured and also i have witnesses that claims they know shes lying due to jealousy
You have a right to sue for false, slander or just invasion of privacy. But you must have strong meritorious claims to justify any lawsuit. Also, lawsuit cost money which in this case you need to pay upfront. It is very unlikely that any attorney would take you case on a contingent basis. Attorneys take contingent cases when they have 95% surety to win the case. Also, even if you win, how would you execute your judgment if the other party simply have no money, or asset. Also, during the pendency of your lawsuit, there is no guarantee that you keep your job. All these things you need to carefully consider. Your employer are very sensitive about sexual harassment charges, and they may have done everything according to the book, and as such be totally absolved in this matter. Again, you need to see an employment law attorney in this regard.
Only see a licensed attorney before you make any decision. This answer may not be perfect in any given situation. However, more fact may be required by your local attorney
You should consult with an attorney who specializes in employment law. As my colleague pointed out, employers are often very careful about following the appropriate steps when sexual harassment allegations are made. And it is always a good idea to do a cost/benefit analysis when considering whether to file a lawsuit. Lawsuits are expensive, and pursuing them for the principal of the matter is often not an option for people due to that expense. An attorney knowledgeable in employment law, after given all the specific facts of your case, should be able to give you a better idea of what would be involved in the pursuit of your case.
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