Why hire WSM for your employment law matter?
Have you been discriminated against at work because of your race, ethnicity, gender, age, sickness, disability, familial status, or your activities outside of the workplace? Do you need help negotiating a severance or non-compete agreement that your employer has asked you to sign? Are you owed wages or overtime that you have earned but have not been paid?
At WSM. we have experienced employment employment law attorneys who spend 100% of their time on civil rights cases throughout Colorado, including wrongful termination and other employment claims.
Whether you are a current employee who has an employment dispute or an ex-employee who has been wrongfully terminated, you want experienced employment law attorneys on your side to advocate and counsel you through the process and bring your case to trial when you need someone to fight for you.
Our employment law attorneys have extensive experience in the courtroom at the state and federal levels, representing clients in front of all of the sitting judges in U.S. District Court.
We frequently and actively pursue cases involving age discrimination, disability discrimination, race discrimination, gender discrimination, pregnancy and nursing mother discrimination, sexual harassment, workplace harassment, hostile work environment, freedom of speech in the workplace, Family and Medical Leave Act violations, wage and overtime violations, and wrongful discharge in violation of public policy.
Our track record for pursing some of the biggest employment law cases in Colorado speaks for itself. Whether our clients are looking for a severance agreement, modified terms of employment/separation, or full compensatory and punitive damages after getting your day in court, we are often successful in achieving our client’s desired results. We can often handle your employment law matter at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) without the need for a jury trial.
If you have questions or concerns about your employment rights, you want to contact and get advice from an experienced employment law attorney. Your initial consultation with us is free. Call or submit an inquiry with us today.