Let Us Help You File Your Charge of Discrimination
Before you can file a lawsuit alleging Employment Discrimination, you must file a charge of discrimination with either the Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD) or the Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The time frame for filing a charge of discrimination with the CCRD is 180 days and the EEOC is 300 days. If you are a federal employee filing a charge against a federal employer, you only have 45 days to file a charge of discrimination.
Why a CCRD or EEOC Charge of Discrimination Must Be Filed Correctly
When it comes to filing your charge of discrimination with the CCRD or EEOC, you need to make sure it is done right. Your charge is the first step in pursuing a discrimination claim against your employer and you want to make sure that it says the right things to let your employer know you are serious. Letting an experienced legal professional draft your charge will allow for a more streamlined and efficient experience with the CCRD and EEOC.
Our highly experienced legal team will meet with you in person to collect all of the facts and discuss the merits of your case. Our initial review of an Employment Discrimination case is free and confidential. If, upon review, we believe the law and the facts support bringing a claim, we will draft your CCRD or EEOC charge and assist you with all phases of the investigation, including writing position statements, attending conciliation or mediation, and negotiating settlement. In most situations, we offer to represent our clients on a “contingency fee” basis. This means that our firm is only paid attorney’s fees if there is a recovery, and even then, our attorney fee is an agreed upon percentage of the amount recovered. Our passion is justice and we are committed to helping victims of Employment Discrimination.