Work is a central part of most people’s lives — whether your job is your passion or simply a source of income to support yourself and your family, you have a right to be treated fairly under the law. That means holding onto your job when you meet the relevant requirements, receiving fair and respectful treatment from colleagues and managers, and having an equal shot at promotions and raises based solely on your performance. Unfortunately, many employers fail to meet this baseline standard for a safe and equitable workplace.
At Allman, Mitzner & Fawley, LLC, we represent people who have experienced discrimination on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability and other factors, as well as those who have suffered wrongful termination. It’s our mission to bring legal accountability to any party that breaks the law, whether that is an individual employee or a whole company.
Whether you are hourly or salaried, blue collar or white collar, we will stand up for your rights in the workplace.
Understand Your Legal Options At Work
Before taking legal action for mistreatment at work, it’s important to understand that many forms of poor behavior are not specifically covered by employment law. In other words, many people don’t actually have a legal claim when they have been treated horribly by a co-worker or a superior.
The first step in our work is to analyze your situation and help you assess the strength of your legal case. We are direct and honest with our clients; if your case is weak, we will tell you. But we also have the legal knowledge and experience to recognize how a wide range of behaviors do fall under existing law. We will create a legal strategy designed to maximize your chances of reaching a successful outcome.
Our lawyers assist clients in a wide range of employment law issues, including:
- Racial discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- Discrimination based on sexual orientation
- Sexual harassment
- Religious discrimination
- Wrongful termination
- Title VII violations
- Americans with Disabilities Act violations
- Inappropriate use of noncompetition clauses and trade secret clauses
Speak With An Employment Law Attorney Today
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Denver, CO 80246