If you have questions, we have answers. Employees are not required to choose between their health (or a family member’s health) and their jobs. Certain qualified employers are by law required to grant you 12 weeks of unpaid leave if you or a family member have a serious medical condition. The FMLA also ensures protection to employees needing to take unpaid leave for childbirth, caregiving, or adoption.
If you have been denied FMLA leave, believe your rights have been violated in any way, or simply have questions about understanding your rights under the FMLA, don’t wait, contact us as soon as possible and take the leave you need. Our attorneys are prepared to arm you with the information you need to protect your rights under the law.