Law Office of Richard A. Mulhearn, P.C.

Worcester Attorney - Sexual Harassment

Asserting the Rights of Sexual Harassment Victims in Massachusetts

Not only is sexual harassment illegal, a hostile work environment caused by harassment renders an employee unable to complete his or her daily job tasks and negatively impacts job performance. If you have endured sexual harassment in the workplace, you do not have to live in fear of retaliation for reporting the conduct. We can help you put an end to unwanted advances and help you recover rightful compensation for any damages you have endured as a result.

At the Law Office of Richard A. Mulhearn, P.C., we offer more than 25 years of experience representing clients in legal disputes throughout Massachusetts. Talk with a knowledgeable and aggressive Worcester sexual harassment lawyer at our firm to discuss your situation. For a free initial consultation, contact us by e-mail or call 508-753-9999 (toll free at 866-528-9032).

Are You the Victim of Workplace Sexual Harassment?

Many people are confused about what constitutes harassment. While requesting sexual favors in exchange for job advances or other favorable employment actions — or in order to avoid adverse employment actions such as wrongful termination — this form of sexual harassment (quid pro quo) only accounts for a small percentage of harassment that occurs in the workplace. Most sexual harassment cases arise when an employee is subjected to a hostile work environment, such as when a colleague or supervisor:

  • Makes unwanted sexual advances
  • Tells sexual jokes
  • Makes repeated comments of a sexual nature
  • Sends e-mails with obscenities, comments, photos or jokes of a sexual nature
  • Inappropriately touches or crowds another's personal space
  • Makes repeated unwelcome requests for dates
  • Leers/stares or makes "elevator eyes"
  • Any other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature

Many people who are forced to endure a hostile work environment eventually feel the only way out of the situation is to quit their job. What many do not realize, is that even in these situations, you may be capable of collecting lost wages for your time away from work.

At the Law Office of Richard A. Mulhearn, P.C., we can help you stand up for your rights — whether you need assistance stopping sexual harassment or holding an employer accountable for failing to take action against employees who continuously subject you to this behavior. We also hold employers accountable for gender discrimination or other forms of employment discrimination in retaliation for your filing a sexual harassment claim.

Victim of a Hostile Work Environment? Talk to Our Worcester and Shrewsbury Lawyers.

We thoroughly examine your case and explain your options for moving forward. To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced employment law attorney, contact our law office by e-mail or call 508-753-9999 (toll free at 866-528-9032). Our office is conveniently located in downtown Worcester, close to the courthouse.


At the Law Office of Richard A. Mulhearn, P.C., in Worcester, we represent individuals throughout Worcester County and the state of Massachusetts who have been charged with drinking and driving, including Shrewsbury, Westborough, Northborough, Grafton, Auburn, Holden, West Boylston, Sterling, Fitchburg, Leominster, Rutland, Webster, Spencer, Marlborough, Hudson, Oxford, Sutton, Douglas, Whitinsville, Milford, Hopedale, Uxbridge, Northbridge, Southborough, East Brookfield, Princeton, Paxton, Hubbardston and Worcester.