Miami Sexual Harassment Lawyer

You have the right to a safe work environment. If you’ve been made to feel victimized or uncomfortable at your job, contact a compassionate Miami sexual harassment lawyer as soon as possible.

We understand how difficult it is to speak up against sexual harassment in the workplace. Our experienced attorneys are dedicated to providing you with sound legal advice so you can determine the best way forward.


Who – Workplace sexual harassment can be perpetrated by anyone that you interact with in a work setting. This includes internal parties such as a boss or colleague, as well as external persons such as customers or clients.

What – Sexual harassment can take place in many forms. Some of the most prevalent examples of workplace sexual harassment include:

  • Inappropriate comments on your clothing, body or personal life
  • Making jokes that are sexually suggestive
  • Jokes or comments on your sexual orientation or gender identity
  • Sharing pornographic or sexually suggestive content with you
  • Requests for dates or sexual favors
  • Inappropriate and/or unwanted touching

Where – Sexual harassment does not necessarily have to take place in the physical location of your workplace. With many businesses operating remotely, it’s not uncommon to encounter virtual harassment via video call, social media or email.

Face-to-face encounters outside of the office can still be considered workplace harassment. For example, a coworker can make unwanted advances while standing next to you at the bus stop after work.

When – Workplace sexual harassment can happen at any time, including prior to you getting the job. In some instances, hiring managers are inappropriate with prospective employees during the recruitment process. This may come in the form of questions about your relationship status, sexual orientation or gender identity. Another example of pre-employment harassment is a hiring manager requesting sexual favors in exchange for a job offer. This proposition can be made outright, or can be alluded to with innuendos.

Every case of workplace sexual harassment is different. To get expert legal guidance, discuss the details of the incident with a trusted Miami sexual harassment lawyer.


You don’t have to go through this alone. If you’ve faced sexual harassment at work, it can be incredibly difficult to decide your course of action. By consulting an attorney, you can safely and confidentially seek guidance. Our top priority is empowering you to make the decision that is right for you. Here are some of the ways a sexual harassment attorney can assist you:

  • Evaluating the details of your case to determine your likelihood of success
  • Advising you on your options for recourse
  • Dealing with your employer directly so you don’t have to
  • Filing a sexual harassment lawsuit at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Negotiating a settlement with your employer
  • Getting you reinstated in your job if you were terminated in connection with the incident

Even if you decide not to take action, discussing the matter with a Miami sexual harassment lawyer can still be beneficial. Your attorney will provide you with all the information you need to take the best course of action for you.


To be successful in a sexual harassment claim, you must establish that

  1. You belong to a protected group
  2. You were subjected to unwelcome harassment
  3. The harassment was based on your sex
  4. The harassment was sufficiently severe or pervasive enough to create a hostile work environment.

Sex is a federally protected class, and includes gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy status, and gender identity. Everyone, regardless of gender, is protected from sex discrimination under federal law.

When taking action against sexual harassment, it’s crucial to have evidence. It’s recommended that you document the following details:

  • Name and title of the perpetrator
  • Copies of emails, text messages, images and other digital media
  • Date, time and details of each incident
  • Names of any witnesses to the incident
  • Details of any complaints made (to a perpetrator, supervisor, colleague or HR)

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Our Process

As a first step, your assigned legal team will gather and review records related to your claim, including any employment contract or offer letter, time sheets, any relevant communications, and any disciplinary actions, including performance improvement plans or termination paperwork.

These documents will help your attorneys evaluate your claims and develop a strategy to obtain the best results for your situation.


Once your legal team completes the initial investigation, they will work with you to determine the best legal strategy for your situation. Your legal team will make recommendations and will work with you to formulate the most effective approach to obtain your desired outcome.


After you and your legal team formulate the strategy, your legal team will advocate on your behalf to obtain your desired outcome. This could include negotiating a separation package, engaging in pre-suit negotiations, sending a demand letter, and/or filing a charge of discrimination or lawsuit on your behalf.

The attorneys at BT Law are experienced trial lawyers and will advocate for your rights in the courtroom as necessary.


Jason and Anisley are one of the best decisions someone can make given the situation. They are knowledgeable, transparent, proactive and communicate with their clients. I have dealt with other attorneys in the past and I’m always frustrated because you don’t get information or you have to chase the attorney and staff down that’s not the case with them.

In finding the right lawyers to represent you, you want to have mutual respect and understanding for each other and clear communication to achieve your goals. BT Law Group is just that. They not only represented me to their fullest abilities, but went above and beyond to truly understand my goals and priorities and provide sound legal advice to achieve such. It was a pleasure working with both Anisley and Jason, I’d highly recommend them.

We very much enjoyed BT Law Group’s founding partner, Anisley Tarragona service and attention to detail. From the onset her approach was practical and conscious of providing the best legal advice while being mindful of suggesting cost effective, conservative solutions. We find her to be a great business partner to service all our employment related legal needs.

I received a prompt and very professional service by the BT Law Group. Ms Tarragona provides tailored advice in the best interest of the client. She was meticulous and explained the pros and cons of my case in very simple terms which allowed me to consider and take the best decision. Very happy with the service. Highly recommended.

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I always consult BT Law Group for employment law matters. They are responsive, practical and efficient. I recommend them to colleagues and friends.

Trusted advisors
Jason D. Berkowitz is a Founding Partner of BT Law Group, PLLC. Prior to starting BT Law, Mr. Berkowitz was a Partner in the Miami office of a national labor and employment law firm where he represented management exclusively.
Anisley Tarragona is a founding partner of BT Law Group, PLLC. Prior to starting BT Law, Ms. Tarragona worked in the Miami office of a national labor and employment law firm where she represented management exclusively. Ms. Tarragona, who was born and raised in Cuba, is fluent in Spanish.
Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve experienced workplace sexual harassment, you may need time to process the incident and to decide on what action to take. Under Florida law, you have 300 days in which to file a sexual harassment claim with the Equal Employer Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Any charges under the Florida Civil Rights Act must be filed within 365 days of the incident.

Even if you are outside of the timeframe for filing a sexual harassment lawsuit, a Miami sexual harassment lawyer may be able to advise you on alternative methods of seeking justice.


If you have been subjected to sexual harassment at work, you may be entitled to compensation. A Miami sexual harassment lawyer can seek damages on your behalf to compensate you for what you’ve had to endure. In addition to compensatory damages, your employer may be required to pay punitive damages to punish them for the incident.

If you were financially impacted by the incident, these sums can be recovered as part of your Miami sexual harassment lawsuit. If you were denied a raise or terminated for refusing a colleague’s advances, federal law allows you to claim up to two years in back pay. In some cases, front pay is also awarded. If you have become unemployed after the incident (whether due quitting or getting fired), you may be able to recover any lost wages you would suffer from the date of judgment onwards. The court will consider factors such as your age and the likelihood of finding a similar job to determine how far into the future you should be paid.


Federal law limits the amount that can be claimed in a sexual harassment lawsuit. The sum is dependent on the size of the company.

You have the right to a safe and comfortable workplace. If you’ve been subjected to inappropriate conduct at work, you don’t have to suffer in silence. Our experienced Miami sexual harassment lawyers are ready to provide guidance and support in your quest for justice.