Thank you for your reply. In terms of the WC issue, I can't second guess the WC doctor's conclusion, but if you believe they are incorrect in their evaluation of your situation, then you can request an IME (Independent Medical Exam). If you need assistance with your case and appealing any decision of the WC carrier, you should consult with a local WC attorney who can obtain your medical records and help you pursue your claim in WC court if it is necessary. But, just to be clear, you have to use the WC system, either with or without your own attorney, since that is the exclusive remedy for on the job accidents. No right to file suit for personal injury under the law, only WC process. You can read more about the WC process in Colorado and your rights by going to the following link: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdle/dwc
As for any complaint to the EEOC, I am unclear on what the legal issue is that would give rise to a discrimination complaint. If you are saying that you were terminated (you say you were downsized) because of your race or national origin, then if you have exhausted your remedies with the employer (filed a discrimination complaint with your HR or EO department and it was not resolved), then you can file a complaint with the EEOC. But, you must take that first step before your claim is "ripe" to file with the EEOC. Also, the age discrimination complaint would be difficult since the men were over 40 years of age, which is the age that the legal protections against discrimination kick in. In other words, if the employer hires workers over 40, then there would be no substantiated evidence of age discrimination.
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