Some women in the space program in our country experience discrimination and gender sexual assault and battery for their contribution to our space program. Studies show that women are not highly represented in positions of leadership within the space program, and for that reason there can be high levels of sexual battery within those administrations.
Code Of Conduct for the Astronauts on Missions Does Exist, If Not Always Adhered to In Space
There is a Code of Conduct for astronauts as they manage their time in space that many people do not know about. In general, the International Space Station and other collaborative effort space programs with other nations are highly aware of different cultural norms, and agreed to a code to prevent sexual conduct in space. The ISS Flight Rules and Code of Conduct are in place to help prevent someone from sexually abusing an astronaut in space. Any time that a female astronaut is in space, she may be vulnerable to being sexually harassed by any member of the crew. Where there are international members of the space program team, a female crew member of any rank may feel vulnerable to any sexual assault or sexual harassment from another crew member in the space program.
Being Sexually Harassed as One of Few Women in the Space Program Does Not “Go Along with the Job”!
In the event that you are fortunate enough to work in an industry where women are not as highly represented as men, such as the space program, you do not have to “go along to get along” if you are sexually harassed by your coworkers. Everyone deserves the most basic level of respect on the job and off the job, in this case on the job and in outer space! If you are a woman working in our nation’s space program as an astronaut, you have a right to not have to experience sexual abuse, sexual harassment, harassment, sexual battery, or any level of sexual assault in relation to working on your job. If you are in any way sexually abused or sexually battered, you can call our offices at the DTLA Law Group immediately, at 855.339.8879 today. We ca go over any sexual abuse claims that you have, and review your personal injuries and any other damages that you have in relation to your claim. We are here for you 24/7, and can talk to you about your case when you call us today. We are uniquely qualified and ready to help you with the sensitive nature of your sexual battery claim as an astronaut in our nation’s space program. Allow us the opportunity to review your sexual abuse claim with you today, when you give us a call at the DTLA Law Group.
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We can give you a free second opinion case review with our experienced lawyers at the DTLA Law Group. When you call us today, you can talk to our legal team and the lawyers who can help with your recovery compensation package due to you on this claim. We understand that you may have many questions related to your claim. We are here to answer your questions and provide support with an experienced attorney in Los Angeles on our legal team, at the DTLA Law Group right now.
Can I Sue for an Astronaut Sexual Battery?
Yes, we can sue for an astronaut sexual battery. A sexual battery or sexual assault is a horrific event, and it can include being forced into any type of sexual contact that is not wanted nor consented to during that situation. Sexual assault and sexual battery can also be defined as a rape, which is being touched or forced into a sexual event. People who are sexually assaulted can suffer a high level of anxiety, depression, and other emotional issues long after the assault has passed. You can call us now to review your claim for free with our Los Angeles case lawyers. We will listen to your concerns and answer your questions. We can file a lawsuit on your behalf, and our case attorneys in Los Angeles can sue the at-fault parties who are liable and responsible for your personal injuries and losses.
Average Case Value of an Astronaut Sexual Battery
The average case value of an astronaut sexual battery can range from $400,000 to over $4 million. Your case value will depend on the extent of your personal injuries, pain and suffering and losses related to this claim. We will know more about your exact recovery compensation package, once we can talk to you and get the information needed to put your recovery compensation in order.
How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?
It can take 4-7 months to settle the claim for an astronaut sexual battery. We will review your entire claim for free, and that process can start today when you give us a call now at the DTLA Law Group.
Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years. The statute of limitations in California for harassment and discrimination lawsuit filing is one year, with a two year timeframe to file for wrongful termination.
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