Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Lawyers Protect Worker’s Rights

The boss that pinches the subordinate, the employer who only promotes men to positions of management, the employee discriminated against because he is Latino, the co-worker who posts inappropriate photos of a sexual nature, the supervisor who seduces an underling, and then demotes her when she refuses to continue the affair, are all examples of sexual harassment and discrimination on the job.

Contact the North Texas employment and personal injury law firm of The Law Offices of Adrian Crane for a free no-obligation initial consultation if you have or are experiencing sexual harassment or discrimination on the job.

Sexual harassment at work has been explicitly prohibited for over 40 years, as a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  Despite these decades of laws, awareness and education on the topic, sexual harassment still goes on every day in the United States.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Defines Sexual Harassment as Follows:

“Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature . . . when submission to or rejection of this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual’s employment, unreasonably interferes with an individuals’ work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment.” (

Sexual harassment on the job should not be tolerated.  If you are a victim of sexual harassment or discrimination at work in Texas, the North Texas employment and personal injury law firm of The Law Offices of Adrian Crane wants to help you.  Please contact us for an evaluation of your situation of sexual harassment or discrimination and a discussion of how we might help you.  If you fear that you may lose your job, we can take steps to prevent that from happening.

If you wish to motivate your employer to take steps to stop the harassment, we can help you file the appropriate notices/complaints with the right governmental agencies, within the allowable time frame.  If you have suffered economic loss as a result of the sexual harassment, we can help you pursue compensation for your loss.

The sexual harassment and personal injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane have experience resolving complaints of sexual harassment for clients in Texas.  Contact us to discuss your sexual harassment matter.

A hostile work environment is unacceptable, especially when sexual harassment is at the center of the hostility.  Employees who have experienced sexual harassment on the job have a right to hold the harasser as well as the employer, in many circumstances, accountable for their harassment.

At the law offices of The Law Offices of Adrian Crane, our attorneys have successfully represented clients who have been sexually harassed on the job.  Contact us to talk with an attorney.

If you have been wrongfully terminated or not been promoted or have experienced any other type of retaliation due to your refusal to engage in sexual behavior or for reporting sexual harassment, you should take immediate legal action.

You Don’t Have to Tolerate Inappropriate Behavior in the Workplace

Sexual harassment includes any unwelcome verbal or physical action such as:

  • Asking sexually related questions, such as questions about someone’s sexual behavior, history or sexual orientation;
  • Displaying inappropriate sexual images in the workplace;
  • Inappropriate or unwelcome touching, including patting, pinching, rubbing or purposefully brushing up against another person;
  • Making inappropriate sexual noises or gestures;
  • Making offensive comments about someone’s sexuality, clothing, sexual orientation or gender identity;
  • Making sexual comments about appearance, or body parts;
  • Repeatedly asking a person to have sex;
  • Repeatedly asking a person out for dates;
  • Sending suggestive e-mails, letters, notes or texts;
  • Sharing sexually inappropriate material such as images or videos with co-workers;
  • Staring in a sexually suggestive or offensive manner;
  • Telling sexual jokes or sharing sexual stories;
  • Whistling in a sexually suggestive manner

It is important to follow the proper legal procedures to preserve your claim for sexual harassment. Our firm’s attorneys are competent to do that for you, and they are committed vigorously stand up for your rights as an employee.  We believe in harassment-free workplaces and that sexual harassers and predators should be held accountable for their actions as that is the only way to keep our workplaces safe and healthy.  We will work hard to ensure that your workplace environment is safe and free from the stress and fear that sexual harassment brings.

Sexual harassment in the workplace should not be tolerated.  Contact our North Texas and Dallas sexual harassment and workplace attorneys today for a confidential no-obligation consultation.

If you or a loved one has suffered any kind of  workplace discrimination or sexual harassment, you owe it to yourself and your family to hire an attorney who specializes only in representing injured victims.  Contact an attorney at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane by calling 972-325-0044 or by contacting us through the case evaluation form located on this website.

For your convenience, we offer home, hospital, office and nursing home visits.  Our team of professionals at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane will provide you with the experience, strategy and commitment that protect your rights and claims.

At our personal injury firm, you speak directly with an attorney, not just secretaries and paralegals.  A Spanish-speaking attorney and staff members are available for your assistance. Se habla Español.

Attorneys associated with The Law Offices of Adrian Crane handle cases across the state of Texas.  Our principal office in North is in Dallas however we are happy to welcome cases from anywhere in Texas, regardless of where you live or where the accident took place.

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