The fact is that workers often have very little power—and if you feel your employer is abusing you and your colleagues, Towards Justice wants to help.

Complete the form below, and within two weeks a Towards Justice team member will contact you to discuss next steps, most likely via text message. The more information you can give us, the better our chances of helping you!

What happens next?
What happens next?

Please keep in mind that we may not see any violations of your legal rights, or there may be issues beyond what Towards Justice attorneys can assist you with. In those cases, we will let you know within three weeks and follow up with available resources to help you where we can’t. This could include potential referrals to our Collaborating Attorney Network, another nonprofit organization, or a specific government agency, but we will never share any of your information without contacting you directly for your consent.

You are also always welcome to consult with other law firms about your legal claims and to file complaints with government agencies.

Please keep in mind that we may not see any violations of your legal rights, or there may be issues beyond what Towards Justice attorneys can assist you with. In those cases, we will let you know within three weeks and follow up with available resources to help you where we can’t. This could include potential referrals to our Collaborating Attorney Network, another nonprofit organization, or a specific government agency, but we will never share any of your information without contacting you directly for your consent.
You are also always welcome to consult with other law firms about your legal claims and to file complaints with government agencies.

Additional community resources

If you work in Colorado and your situation involves a wage theft of less than $ 7,500, consider sending a wage and hour complaint to the state Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE), which will open a free investigation into your case—regardless of your immigration status.

If your case is related to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit our Know Your Rights page for additional resources, frequently asked questions, and information on available state and federal benefits.

Industry-Specific Investigations

Towards Justice and its partners sometimes investigate particular industries to gather information and potentially build a potential class-action case.

Here’s what we’re working on now—and how you can get help:

  • If you’re a nurse dealing with unfair pay issues or a restrictive contract, we want to hear about your experiences.

Additional community resources

If you work in Colorado and your situation involves a wage theft of less than $ 7,500, consider sending a wage and hour complaint to the state Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE), which will open a free investigation into your case—regardless of your immigration status.

If your case is related to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit our Know Your Rights page for additional resources, frequently asked questions, and information on available state and federal benefits.

Industry-Specific Investigations

Towards Justice and its partners sometimes investigate particular industries to gather information and potentially build a potential class-action case.

Here’s what we’re working on now—and how you can get help:

  • If you’re a nurse dealing with unfair pay issues or a restrictive contract, we want to hear about your experiences.
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