I want to stand-up for myself, but do I have to go to trial?
Most sexual harassment cases settle before they go to trial. In fact, over 90% of sexual harassment cases are settled prior to trial. In many instances, we are able to settle cases before we even file a lawsuit.
More Sexual Harassment FAQs
- What is sexual harassment?
- How bad does the sexual harassment have to be for me to win my case?
- What is it’s just my word against the harasser’s? Can I still win a sexual harassment case?
- Does the sexual harassment have to be directed at me?
- Does of the opposite sex need to be the harasser for it to be considered sexual harassment?
- Does there need to be actual touching for the conduct to be considered sexual harassment?
- Should I be worried that if I report the sexual harassment, I will be retaliated against or fired?
- How can I protect my rights if I have been sexually harassed?
- I want to stand-up for myself, but do I have to go to trial?