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In the state of California, there may be certain personal injury cases in which a defendant may claim that you (i.e. the plaintiff) are actually to blame for the accident.
If you feel like you have been the victim of sexual harassment (or discrimination of any nature) your first step is to file an official complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. Due to the statute of limitations governing discrimination cases, you must ensure that you submit your complaint within one year of the incident in which you were harassed.
According to California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act, sexual harassment is defined as any action in which an unwanted sexual advance results, be it of a visual, verbal or physical nature. Gender harassment and harassment based on pregnancy, childbirth and/or related medical conditions is also considered sexual harassment under California law.
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