sexual misconduct lawsuit

What is a Sexual Misconduct Settlement?

Non-economic damages are abstract emotional and mental concepts like distress, suffering, shame, humiliation, depression, and so on.

If you’re approaching a sexual harassment lawsuit, you may have heard the term “settlement.” But what does this actually mean? Why is a settlement so important, and how can this benefit you in the long run? A settlement is perhaps best described as the “end goal” of a harassment lawsuit in California. It provides employees with a sense of justice and closure while ensuring that guilty employers experience consequences.

If you’d like to learn more about how settlements work in sexual harassment lawsuits, get in touch with a qualified, experienced attorney. During your consultation, your attorney can explain all of these details in a clear, concise manner. Remember, you don’t have to be a legal expert to successfully file a lawsuit and win a settlement. All you need to do is team up with someone who knows what they’re doing.

Settlements Explained

Sexual harassment lawsuits are civil cases, not criminal cases. This means that the guilty party will not face criminal charges or consequences like jail time. However, they will face financial penalties if you win your lawsuit. This means that they will be forced to pay you a certain amount of money that represents all of the losses they have caused you. These losses are also known as “damages.”

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