Employment Discrimination

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Employment Discrimination

Employment Discrimination Lawyer


Federal and state laws protect workers against discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship status, religion, disability, and age. Colorado law further protects workers who are injured on the job from retaliation, including termination.

Discrimination and retaliation in the workplace can take many forms. An employee need not be terminated to have a viable claim for discrimination. For example, if an employer denies an employee’s request for accommodation, such as time off work due to of a serious medical condition, the employee may have a claim for discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act. If an employee is harassed by a coworker because of their sexual orientation or citizenship status and the employer does not take steps to end the harassment, the employee may have a discrimination claim under Title VII.

If you believe you or your loved one has been subjected to harassment, discrimination, retaliation, or any other unfair employment practices, schedule a free consultation to learn whether you may have a viable claim.

Examples of employment cases DeGolia Law handles:

  • Sexual harassment/assault
  • Discrimination based on race/color
  • Discrimination based on national origin/citizenship status
  • Discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation
  • Disability discrimination, including failure to accommodate
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • First Amendment Retaliation
  • Discrimination based on religion
  • Age Discrimination
  • Wage Discrimination / Wage Theft

civil rights




sexual harassment
& assault

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