Dallas Workplace Sexual Harassment Lawyers

Serving Clients Throughout The Dallas-Fort Worth Area And North Texas

In this day and age, it is surprising how many employers still don't get it — unwanted sexual advances, dirty jokes, pornographic calendars and discrimination based on a worker's sex or sexual preference are illegal in the workplace. And yet it continues.

The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that sexual harassment is a form of discrimination. Texas state and federal laws make it clear: Unwanted sexual advances or harassing an employee into voluntarily quitting is known as constructive discharge and it is not legal.

Texas laws may favor the employer in many cases, but the courts recognize that nobody should have to work in a hostile work environment. Don't tolerate sexual harassment. Call us.

If you work for an employer in North Texas and feel that you are facing sexual harassment or feel uncomfortable because of your workplace environment, talk to your human resources professional, then talk to us. We are the employment litigation attorneys of The Law Office of John E. Wall, Jr., in Dallas. Our team has decades of experience recognizing illegal workplace policies and sexual harassment on the job. We offer a free consultation to evaluate your circumstances and explain your option for protecting your rights in the workplace.

From offices in Dallas, our lawyers advise and represent clients in sexual harassment litigation cases throughout North Texas. We also handle litigation cases in El Paso. Call us at 214-865-7544 or contact our offices by email or fax to arrange a no-cost consultation with one of our experienced Dallas workplace sexual harassment attorneys today.

No Longer Working For You Employer?

Most people who are forced into quitting or were fired after reporting sexual harassment don't want to go back to their employer. After all, getting their job back will never replace the degrading feeling or fear of workplace retaliation. Some long-time employees may miss the camaraderie of their co-workers. We will listen to your concerns and pursue a strategy that is right for your circumstances. In many cases, that will include monetary compensation for the loss of your income and psychological damages. In other cases, we will work aggressively to help you recover your place of employment.

Call The Most Experienced Sexual Harassment Litigation Team In North Texas

Our office hours in Dallas are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. Call us at 214-865-7544 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange a free case evaluation.