Justice After Harassment

Harassment in the workplace can take many forms. Whether harassment is of a sexual nature, consists of racial slurs, or is comprised of other negative actions based on discriminatory factors, it is unlawful. As an employee, you are legally entitled to a workplace free of discriminatory harassment. If your employer's actions have led to a hostile workplace, you have a right to pursue action.

Gwilliam Ivary Chiosso Cavalli & Brewer has spent more than 40 years protecting the rights of people facing legal challenges. We realize standing up to a powerful employer can be intimidating. We support victims of workplace discrimination from day one to resolution.

The first step toward justice is to contact our office. We offer a no-charge review to evaluate your case and decide how we can be of assistance.

Standing Up For Your Rights

As a victim of harassment in the workplace, you must face your adversary on a daily basis. Each time you enter the building, you are subjecting yourself to yet one more opportunity for discriminatory behavior to occur. This can lead to a great deal of stress in both your professional and personal lives.

You do not have to stand for such treatment in your working environment. Whether harassment comes directly from your employer or a co-worker, your employer is ultimately responsible for their actions to stop maltreatment from taking place. The law protects you from retaliation and wrongful termination when you choose to take legal action.

A Law Firm Focused On Your Needs

Gwilliam Ivary Chiosso Cavalli & Brewer devotes a team which usually consists of a veteran trial attorney, an associate, a paralegal and a legal assistant to each employment law case. When you have questions or concerns about your discrimination claim, you will always be able to speak with someone familiar with your case. Call 510-832-5411 or send us an email at intake@giccb.com today to schedule a free review of your case.