crystald08:I was wondering if there was any lawyers that would do it to be paid after the case instead of before
On this type of case, unlikely. As to your original post: First, unless you had a written contract of employment or are/were a member of a union covered by a CBA, you were an at-will employee that could be terminated at any time for no reason at all. "We're not happy with you and you're not happy with us," isn't an unlawful termination. Second, federal law as far as harrassment issues goes only applies if there are more than 15 employees. Colorado's Anti-Discrimination Act applies to all employers except religious organizations. Third, I really don't see an actionable case for sexual harrassment and a supervisor or the employer noting that you could be fired for mistakes you were making, won't support a case for hostile work environment. Lastly, it doesn't appear you were fired "for cause" and thus would be eligible for UIB. You, of course, should consult a local employment attorney for more specific information and assistance.