Carlota Freeman, an African-American female employee for the Whirlpool Corporation, was subjected to racial and sexual harassment by a co-worker.  She followed the company's procedures and reported this misconduct to four different managers who took no action.  Eventually, the co-worker physically assaulted her and caused her significant and permanent injuries. 

A federal district judge has entered a judgment for over $1 million in Freeman's favor based on the hostile work environment and her injuries.  You can read here the Court's opinion: Freeman v. Whirlpool Corporation.

Lexington, Kentucky employment lawyer Robert L. Abell represents individuals in hostile work environment and sexual harassment cases.   
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