Family Medical Leave Act

Enacted in 1993, the Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) was designed to allow employ­ees to take peri­ods of leave from their jobs for var­i­ous health– and family-related rea­sons. For qual­i­fy­ing employ­ees, the Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) gen­er­ally pro­vides for up to twelve weeks per year of unpaid leave for work­ers who give ade­quate notice and obtain med­ical cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of the need to take time off for a qual­i­fy­ing per­sonal or fam­ily med­ical con­di­tion. 29 U.S.C. § 2612. Deter­mi­na­tion of whether you qual­ify for Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) is often com­pli­cated. Addi­tion­ally, the Fam­ily and Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) makes it unlaw­ful for an employer to dis­charge or in any man­ner dis­crim­i­nate against an indi­vid­ual for oppos­ing a prac­tice made unlaw­ful by the FMLA. 29 U.S.C. § 2615(a)(2).

Ded­i­cated Lawyers For Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) Cases

At Rathod | Mohamedb­hai LLC, our team of pas­sion­ate trial attor­neys have suc­cess­fully rep­re­sented many clients in cases involv­ing Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) inter­fer­ence and retal­i­a­tion. After exam­in­ing and inves­ti­gat­ing your mat­ter, we will enforce your rights pur­suant to the Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA). We serve clients in Den­ver, Boul­der, and sur­round­ing com­mu­ni­ties in Col­orado and Wyoming.

We have exten­sive expe­ri­ence in Fam­ily Med­ical Leave Act (FMLA) cases, as well as many other employ­ment law mat­ters, and ensure that your right to dig­nity and respect dur­ing dif­fi­cult times is enforced. We work with med­ical and voca­tional pro­fes­sion­als and experts to assess the facts of your sit­u­a­tion, your employer’s poli­cies and prac­tices, and all other per­son­nel prac­tices rel­e­vant to your case.

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Call 303–578-4400 or fill out our online form to con­tact our firm and dis­cuss your case with our expe­ri­enced FMLA attorneys.