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Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

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“Your health and your family’s health come first”

The Family and Medical Leave Act, or “FMLA,” is a federal law that guarantees certain rights to employees who face family and medical issues that require them to take time off. For example, the FMLA requires that employers allow employees to take time off for the birth of a child or to care for family members with serious medical issues. The law also allows employees to take time off for their own serious medical conditions. If you have requested leave from work for one of these reasons and your leave was denied, your employer may be in violation of federal law. Pometto Law offers a free consultation to determine if your employer violated federal law. Contact us today and we can chart a path forward if your legal rights have been denied.