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  1. #1
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    Default Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: CALIFORNIA

    Hello,

    I was verbally harassed and abused by two of my managers in during our meeting. I was under stress and duress, emotionally devastated and humiliated. As a result of it, my blood pressure rapidly went up and I felt sharp and severe headache, my hands were shaken, and I was about to collapse inside of my car while I was driving home. The very next morning I went to a doctor who placed me off work for 5 days. Since then I constantly have returning horrible headaches and I lost my sleep.

    Could you please advise me if the harm to my health is sufficient to file “Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress” Appeal” with a court?
    Is any other way to make the managers liable to stop any possible verbal harassment and abuse in the future?

    Thank you very much. I greatly appreciate your help.

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    Default Re: Intentional Enfliction of Emotional Distress

    Define the nature of the "verbal harassment".

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    Default Re: Intentional Enfliction of Emotional Distress

    They yielded, screaming on me using graphic language trying forcedly to coerce me to do the things I am not comfortable with. It was just pure psychological pressure. May be it is a physiological abuse but it had a strong impact on me.

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    Default Re: Intentional Enfliction of Emotional Distress

    what do you do for work?

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    Default Re: Intentional Enfliction of Emotional Distress

    What KIND of things that you were not comfortable with? What sorts of things were said? How many other managers are there?

    I am not a dentist; I do not pull teeth (credit PattyPA). You're being incredibly stingy with the facts. Details matter. If you don't provide enough information for us to actually have an idea what's going on, we can't give you anything like an informed response.

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    Default Re: Intentional Enfliction of Emotional Distress

    it would be a good idea contacting work harassment department than giving your reasons to "strangers" if you do not feel comfortable discussing them.

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