I am currently perusing a racial discrimination case via the Connecticut Commission of Human Rights against my former workplace and the only inquiry I have is regarding documents to prove certain events. I have realized that I should have sent e-mails from work to my own personal e-mails at the time to prove the wrongdoings of my former workplace, though I have written a recollection of events that I remembered. I would like to know have effective the recollections would be for my case and if it's possible for the State to investigate the claims based on the recollections.
1 Answer from Attorneys
My office routinely handles matters like this. Please contact my office. Clearly you need some evidence beyond a "he says, she says " type scenario. It might be difficult to get the State to investigate based solely on your recollections, but without knowing more details it is very hard to provide a concrete answer. Please feel free to contact us regarding this matter and perhaps we can be of assistance.