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Family And Medical Leave Act

Were You Denied FMLA Leave? We Can Utilize Our Experience To Help.

Understanding FMLA

Under both the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), qualified workers have the right to take an extended leave from their jobs without fear of losing them when they return.

Employees who qualify can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid intermittent leave for any of the following four reasons:

  • To care for a newborn child
  • To attend to the placement and care of an adoptive or foster child
  • To care for one's own serious health condition, or the serious health condition of a parent or spouse
  • To attend to a medical emergency related to a close family member who is in the military

Despite these protections under federal law, many employers try to find ways to get around the rules, or otherwise deny absences that should be approved.

How Our Employment Law Attorneys Can Help You

Located in Hayward, our lawyers at Franklin Employment Law Group, LLC, exclusively represent employees throughout the East Bay Area with a wide variety of employment law matters, including representing workers who have been unlawfully denied — or even fired — for taking FMLA leave.

Our Approach

We understand what's at stake and take an aggressive approach to see to it that your employer follows the law.

Whether through filing a lawsuit or administrative complaint, or negotiating a fair settlement for compensation, we have extensive experience to find a solution for you.

Learn More About Your Rights. Contact Our Firm Today.

Contact our office to speak with one of our employment law attorneys. Call 510-244-3354, or send a confidential email.

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