Some people claim to be “huggers” or “touchy-feely,” but no one has a right to hug or touch you if it makes you feel uncomfortable. Unwelcome touching of a sexual nature is often disguised as friendly or paternal behavior. Under the law, it may be considered sexual harassment.

If you have been subjected to inappropriate touching in the workplace. The Cromer Law Group PLLC can help you take action to make it stop and hold the harasser accountable. We will help you assert your right and pursue monetary damages for the personal trauma and the financial impact of sexual harassment.

We have prevailed in employment litigation throughout metro Detroit, Oakland, Wayne, and Macomb County, Michigan, including recoveries against major companies for sexual harassment. Contact us today for a FREE case evaluation.

Inappropriate Touching at Work in metro Detroit, Oakland, Wayne, and Macomb County, Michigan

Every school kid learns about “good touch” and “bad touch.” Yet in a workplace setting, victims of harassment and discrimination often endure unwanted touching for many reasons. It’s not that big a deal. He’s just that way. Am I reading something sinister into something innocent? Will I get this person in trouble? And so the pattern continues or escalates.

It is a big deal and you do not have to endure it! Trust your instincts and let our knowledgeable and aggressive employment attorneys determine if the behavior constitutes grounds for a claim of sexual harassment. Unwanted touching may take many forms:

  • Grouping or grabbing
  • Caressing or “massages”
  • Brushing against your body
  • Hugging
  • Kisses (on the lips, cheek or anywhere)
  • Sitting or standing uncomfortably close to you
  • Hovering over you while you are trying to work

Sexual harassers get sense of power of thrills from this kind of touching, and they are skilled at passing it off as “innocent behavior”. Whether it is a supervisor, co-worker or whoever, we will help you put a stop to it or bring suit if the company failed to protect you from further abuse.

Talk To Us Today About Sexual Harassment

For a FREE confidential consultation with an experienced employment law attorney, call 248-809-6790 or 313-213-5875 (24 hours) or contact us online.

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