Hartford Sexual Assault Attorney

Have you been sexually assaulted?

Sexual assault is a very serious form of sexual harassment. It is any sexual act in which the victim is subjected to unwanted kissing, touching, fondling, groping or rape. Victims often fear reporting such acts for a variety of reasons, which may include retaliation by their employer and even wrongful termination.

Sexual assault is treated as a serious crime in Connecticut, and can also result in severe civil penalties. This crime may additionally give rise to liability on behalf of those that act as accomplices, permitting such criminal activity to occur. Timing is very important in sexual assault cases, in terms of preserving evidence and in remembering key details of the assault. If you or someone you love has suffered sexual assault in the workplace, it is imperative that you act quickly in contacting a Hartford employment law attorney, to ensure this crime does not go unpunished.

Competent Sexual Assault Defense From a Hartford Employment Lawyer

At Cicchiello & Cicchiello, we have 40 years of combined experience successfully representing victims of sexual assault in the workplace. This is an egregious crime, and has effects that go far beyond the physical trauma involved, including the effects on one's quality of life, and their family as well. We have a history of winning these cases, whether through settlements or litigation, and we have the in-depth experience with the Connecticut legal system to help you to get the outcome you most deserve. The sooner you consult with us, the better chance of recalling key details that will aid your case. If you suspect you have a claim, we can help determine the best course of action depending on your specific circumstances.

Contact a Hartford employment lawyer if you have been sexually assaulted in a work environment and seek effective legal help with your claim.

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