Our client was employed by the state of Colorado. He was terminated from his job for allegedly violating work rules. Our client alleged that his supervisor violated work rules by unjustly terminating him. Before an Administrative Judge of the Colorado State Personnel Board we presented our clients’ case for 4 days of trial. Our client was vindicated, and the state of Colorado was ordered to reinstate him with full back-pay, benefits and statutory interest. The parties later entered into a confidential settlement resolving issues on appeal. Our client received all of his back pay and benefits and a substantial amount of his attorney fees.
On behalf of our client, we received a confidential settlement for over 2.5 times the actual verdict in Denver District Court. Our client was a sales person for a large information company that had offered only $5,000 to their former employee, prior to his retaining our law firm to prosecute the case. After three years of litigation, our client received a jury verdict from a Denver jury for $175,000 under the Colorado Wage Claim Act. After assessment of penalties, interest and attorney fees, the resolution required a payment by the employer for hundreds of thousands of dollars more than the verdict.
Our client, an account sales executive for a large software company, received a six-figure confidential settlement under the Colorado Wage Claim Act. She was originally owed $28,000 in commissions. The employer denied it owed our client any monies. After significant litigation, including in Texas and Colorado, our client received penalties, interest and attorney fees under Colorado law for the failure to pay wages, and received a settlement that fully compensated her for the violations of law.
Our client, a server in a restaurant, was not paid the proper hourly rate and tips owed under the Colorado Wage Claim Act and Colorado laws and regulations requiring proper compensation to tipped employees. After two years of litigation, we were successful in obtaining our client more than two years of back wages and tips.
Our client was injured when another driver improperly entered the roadway in front of her. We secured a six-figure settlement for an injury to her hand.