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Many people who work hard at a bank as a bank teller, have to suffer many different forms of indignities, at the hands of a supervisor or boss. Some bank tellers are sexually assaulted and sexually harassed on a regular basis. If you have been sexually assaulted on the job as a bank teller, you need not suffer in silence, but can give us a call today to review your claim. Just call us now at DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879, and we will give you the access you need to our legal team to initiate a lawsuit on your behalf, based on your personal injury claim.

How Does a Bank Teller Get Sexually Assaulted on the Job?

The job of a bank teller is to manage the money of the clients and customers of the bank. It can be a stressful job, where the bank teller is the first person or main contact person for the customers of the bank. If a bank manager, supervisor or boss is sexually harassing or sexually assaulting the bank teller, it is not hard to see the bad position that the bank teller is put in at the end of the day. For example, while the bank teller is doing his or her job, if a manager walks by and sexually assaults that bank teller while helping a customer, the bank teller must finish the transaction before dealing with the sexually inappropriate behavior.

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What Does the Job of a Bank Teller Include?

The bank teller is responsible for managing the client and customer money at the bank. The bank teller’s job includes:

  • Processing customer deposits
  • Processing night deposit bags and envelopes
  • Processing withdrawals and bankcard advances
  • Redeeming U.S. Savings Bonds
  • Processing payments to loans, safety deposit boxes, etc.
  • Processing approved checks
  • Opening and closing savings and checking accounts
  • Answering questions from customer phone calls
  • Responsibility for bank assets by recording all transactions
  • Complying with security issues and protocols
  • Providing a high level for customer service

When you are working as a bank teller, you need more than your wits about you. You need to focus on what the job entails, and do not need someone such as a manager, coworker or banking employee to be continually harassing you with sexual assault and sexual harassment, as you are trying to do your job. If you have a manager, boss, supervisor or same level coworker sexually harassing and assaulting you, just call us at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879 today.

How Is a Bank Teller Sexually Assaulted in the Bank?

A bank teller can easily be sexually assaulted at work in the bank by a boss, supervisor, coworker or manager. The bank teller can be working and if the employer manager uses words, gestures or comments, as well as inappropriate touching of the bank teller, that can constitute sexual assault. As a bank teller, you may also be:

  • Harassed
  • Shown sexual materials
  • Told sexually charged jokes
  • Intimidated by male employees
  • Felt helpless from having to hear sexual innuendo at the job
  • Felt uncomfortable or a “creepy” feeling if touched by a manager on the job
  • Heard whistling towards you
  • Managers talking sexually about your body parts or clothing
  • Someone leering at you
  • Someone sending sexually explicit messages by phone or email

Sometimes if you do experience sexual assault in the workplace at a bank, you may brush it off and assume that the behavior is annoying, but not bad enough to tell a higher up about it. But this is the wrong attitude. You are going to want to talk to us and review your case for free with a lawyer with experience in sexual assault cases and the banking environment for a workplace. We can help you with your claim, but we need to talk to you now at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.

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Free Second Opinion Case Review / Experienced Lawyers in a Bank Teller Sexual Assault

You can call us today, to get a free second opinion case review with our attorneys who specialize in sexual assaults on bank tellers in the banking workplace. We have access to our legal team and a lawyer with a specialty in sexual assaults. We can talk to you about the next steps in your legal claim, when you call our lawyers who can help with your sexual assault case. Just call us to get access today to our experienced attorneys in Los Angeles at the DTLA Law Group.

Can I Sue for a Bank Teller Sexual Assault?

Yes, we can sue when a bank teller is sexually assaulted on the job. It is a terrible and horrific situation, that a bank teller has to be subjected to being sexually assaulted at the workplace. If this has happened to you, you can call us to talk to our Los Angeles case lawyers, who can file a lawsuit for you on behalf of your claim. You will want to talk to our case attorneys in Los Angeles about your case today. Just call us today at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879 right now.

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Average Case Value of a Bank Teller Sexual Assault

The average case value of a bank teller sexual assault can range from $50,000 to $800,000 and up, related to your emotional suffering, personal injuries and other losses and expenses.

How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?

We can work with you to get a lawsuit generated on the basis of your bank teller sexual assault claim. We will start the process when you give us a call today. The final settlement may take around 3-6 months to settle out your claim, based on your damages, losses and expenses related to the claim.

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.

Call for a Free Consultation

We understand that it can be scary and emotional that you need to seek legal advice, for your manager or boss sexually assaulting you at your job as a bank teller. We want to assure you that you can have a free consultation from us any time that you call, and your discussion of your case will be held in the strictest of confidence with our legal team.


 

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