Was Your Family Or Medical Leave Denied?
Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the majority of employers are required to allow unpaid leave and protect a worker’s job for qualified medical and family reasons. Common FMLA absences include personal or family member illness, pregnancy and adoption.
Unfortunately, many employers act out against employees who make use of this federally approved time off. Some workers may be denied the leave or face threats of retaliation if they take FMLA. Others have come back from leave to face discrimination in the workplace and, in the worst cases, have been fired.
What To Do If Your Employer Denies FMLA Or Retaliates Against You For Taking Leave
While being the victim of your employer’s FMLA violation can be frustrating and stressful, it is important to remember that you can fight back. You do have legal rights — and the lawyers at Waldron, Fann & Parsley, Attorneys at Law, in Murfreesboro can help you obtain justice. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.
Our firm helps clients who have been:
- Denied FMLA leave
- Demoted after FMLA leave
- Wrongfully terminated due to FMLA leave
- Victims of retaliation after taking FMLA leave
- Victims of discrimination due to FMLA leave
We have significant experience helping clients with complex FMLA claims. Our lawyers understand the detailed nuances of this area of law and how to protect you against your employer’s excuses and defenses. After your rights have been violated, document everything and contact our firm right away. We will provide an honest assessment of the merits of your case and offer practical advice for advancing your claim.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation About Family And Medical Leave
When faced with an important legal matter, our law firm will provide the aggressive advocacy you need and the supportive client service you deserve. Contact us online or at 800-215-1081 to discuss your case with a lawyer. We are ready to help.
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