According to Law.com, harassment is the act of systematic
and/or continued unwanted and annoying actions of one party or a group,
including threats and demands. The purposes may vary, including racial
prejudice, personal malice, an attempt to force someone to quit a job or grant
sexual favors, apply illegal pressure
to collect a bill or merely gain sadistic pleasure from making someone anxious
or fearful. Such activities may be the basis for a lawsuit if due to
discrimination based on race or sex, a violation on the statutory limitations on
collection agencies, involve revenge by an ex-spouse, or be shown to be a form
Are you being harassed? Did you know you are protected by harassment laws? And
you may require harassment lawyer if you fall into one of the following
categories: bullying, psychological harassment, racial harassment, religious
harassment, sexual harassment, stalking, mobbing, hazing, backlash, or police
harassment. 1st Class Investigations will help you gather the evidence you need
to evaluate, investigate, resolve the situation and make the harassment stop. We
Physical evidence of harassment.
During the first few meetings with your new attorney, you will be asked a
multitude of questions. In addition to talking to your attorney about your
claim, you will also need to show your attorney documents relating to your
claim. It is absolutely essential that you provide your attorney with any
physical evidence you have of harassment.
We have found, it is helpful to keep a written record of any repeated incidents
of discrimination or harassment they experience. The log entry could include
information such as the date, time, and location of the discrimination or
harassment, in addition to a brief description of the offensive or illegal act
and the names of any witnesses present. No matter how upsetting you may find a
piece of evidence of discrimination or harassment, it is important that you keep
it. It may be one of the best ways to prove your case.
If you feel that you are a target of harassment:
1. Object to the behavior
2. Keep a record that includes the actions as well as the dates
3. Consider retaining a harassment lawyer
4. Call 1st Class Investigations to help you gather evidence.
5. Report the behavior to the police as advised by your attorney.
Types of Harassment we can help you solve
Stalking- the obsessive behavior of following,
observing, or contacting of another person, or the obsessive attempt to engage
in any of these activities.
Sexual Harassment - the unwelcome attention of a sexual nature.
Racial Harassment – the act of deliberately provoking hatred of a person
based on race, ethnic or national origin racial group, distributing racist
material to the public, making inflammatory public speeches, creating racist
websites on the Internet.
Religious Harassment - the unwanted behavior based on religious beliefs
Disability Harassment - the unwanted behavior based on disability,
impairment or additional need.
Sexual Orientation Harassment - the unwanted behavior based on known or
presumed sexual orientation.
Cases of Physical Assault - the
threat or attempt to strike another, whether successful or not, provided the
target is aware of the danger.
Physical assault is a criminal offence and if you have been attacked, it is
important that you seek help immediately.
Our agents are thorough, discreet and respectful of your
Class Investigations has been recognized as one of the best NY private
investigator firms, based on the experience, professionalism, and ethics of its
dedicated agents. We have helped clients in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut
and around the country including the communities in Westchester, Rockland,
Fairfield counties and New York City.
If you are looking for an experienced Private Investigation
agency, call us today to schedule a consultation. We are confident you
will be satisfied with our professional service.