I will receive a right to sue from the EEOC in the next few days for my ADEA based claim. My employer had agreed to mediation but then pulled out. I have been looking for attorneys but I am a little guy with not much money. I have 90 days to file in court. What do I do? I know employers do this because they think that the little guy will just give up because they don't have much money for a good attorney, but I don't want to because age discrimination is wrong and I want to fight. What can a little guy do?Thanks for your answers. It's all about the money as the EEOC has completed the investigation and found discrimination. They just won't litigate for me, but gave me a list of Georgia attorneys that all want $5,000 to $15,000 in retainers at $225/hour or more. I'm still looking for a pro bono attorney. I apologize because I think I worded the question wrong. I have attorneys that will do it - but they are out of what I can afford to pay.