Q: Past boss & owner sexually harassed me, complained about being on saif claim, and many other things. I have proof of all
Past boss and owner sexually harassed me for years of my employment. I didn't realize it had been happening for awhile until boss offered me sexual favors for money. I've known boss for majority of life. Boss would also complain to other employees about me not being in, while I was on restricted work hours from saif claim.
I have recorded evidence from 2 unemployment claim appeal hearings that boss admitted to doing some of these things. The ALJ concluded from both hearings, without any evidence, that boss did sexually harass me etc. (It was the reason for quitting) I also have text messages and other employees & witnesses. I'm also a Realtor, boss was my Principal Broker. Boss dropped my license without giving me notice after quitting day job and a few other things.
So many things I want to go for but not sure how to go about one lawsuit for all of these things. Any info would help. Thank you!
If you want a lawyer you need to shop for one in the area of the problem you have and they cover. Justia is about posting short simple questions that lawyer's can answer that don't need a consultation to sort out all the details. Your problem is complex and multi faceted. So let's break it down:
You posted this under Real Estate and I don't see any Real Estate Issues other then your license getting dropped - and I am not sure what that means. If you have a real estate license you still have a license - but you do need to take steps to make sure you are in compliance so that your license can be activated if that's what you want to do. Your post says that it is based in California but it showed up for Oregon Lawyers so I don't know what that is about either. (To the extent that you are concerned about losing income because your license went inactive, focus on the Employment Discrimination case as that could cover damages related to your lost income.)
If you have a SAIF claim, ie worker's comp, and you need help with it, start searching for a worker's comp lawyer.
For the sexual discrimination/ employment discrimination look for a lawyer that handles these types of cases. If your boss has money or works for a company that has money and there are already admissions of sexual harassment on some official record, it shouldn't be too hard to get a lawyer to take this case on a contingency. Shop around. Pick the lawyer that you like after talking to a few of them.
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