Can I Be Denied My Family and Medical Leave?

NH FMLA – Employees who are eligible to take family and medical leave may be entitled to take as much as twelve (12) weeks of leave. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal employment law that allows eligible employees to take up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid leave from their jobs for the following situations:

  • Your own serious health condition
  • Your child, parent or spouse’s serious health condition
  • The birth or care of a newborn or adopted child

There are many requirements that have to be met in order to take family and medical leave. Unfortunately, once an employee utilizes their rights to take temporary leave from their job, employers may view them as risks for missing more time from work or costing more in health costs. The FMLA protects you against retaliation for taking leave or asking for leave.

If you believe your company has retaliated against you for taking a request for leave, our experienced employment lawyers will protect your rights. Many lawyers claim to have employment law experience. Also, many lawyers try to have it both ways and represent employers and employees. Our loyalty is simple – we represent employees.

We understand the sensitive and difficult nature of these cases and the emotional upset caused by the discrimination. We are dedicated to providing victims of discrimination with dignity and respect. For many reasons it can be difficult for victims to decide to report the discrimination and pursue their legal claims. Time is of the essence because discrimination cases have strict time limits in order to pursue such claims.

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