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The Law Office of
Ralph G. Torres

1801 Broadway, Suite 1400
Denver, CO 80202
Toll Free: 866-935-0642
Phone: 303-502-9186
Fax: 303-292-3661
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"Employer - Rozek Company - successful in defending all claims against it by Plaintiff in U.S. District Court of Colorado. Represented by Law Office of Ralph G. Torres!" 5/2014

Final Judgment

"Firm achieves dismissal of ALL charges against client from State of Colorado - Director of Divisions of registrations/Office of Physical Therapist Licensure". 10/2011.
If facing discipline from a Regulatory board or agency - don't try negotiating the discipline yourself. Let the experience of the Law Office of Ralph G. Torres navigate you through the process!"

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ADA and FMLA

ADA and FMLA Issues Handled by Qualified Colorado Employment Law Firm

There are many types of federal legislation that have been passed to protect employees in specific situations. When employers violate these laws, you may be reluctant to pursue a claim because you feel your job may be in jeopardy. However, your exercise of these rights is protected.

Throughout Colorado, we have been helping people who have questions regarding federal laws such as the ability to take an extended leave or have your job accommodate a disability. At the Law Office of Ralph G. Torres, our priority is to protect employees. Contact us here today to schedule an appointment if you have questions concerning federal laws surrounding your employment accommodations.

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Everybody has medical emergencies arise during their employment period. You are entitled to leave under the FMLA if you are a qualified employee working for a qualified employer. Unfortunately, many employers are hesitant to give this time-off and often times employees have to fight to return to a job position when the leave is over.

Our legal team can help ensure that you are not subject to this type of unfair treatment. We can help you negotiate with your employer to make sure your needs are accommodate within the parameters of the law.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Just because you believe you are disabled and require an accommodation, does not mean your employer is willing to accommodate you. Make sure you have legal representation to help you work through the process under the ADA to ensure both your position, pay and accommodation needs are met.

An employer has to provide reasonable accommodation, even if it entails some additional expense. We work to see that you are treated fairly and we can handle any discrimination complaints you may have as well.

Contact our offices today and we will help you when you have an issue with your employer that requires experienced employment law counsel.

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