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Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

FMLA Rights Lawyers in Denver, Colorado

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) in Denver may not be one of the most publicized federal labor laws, but it provides very important benefits. This federal statute grants many employees the right to take a leave of up to 12 weeks for a major family event — unpaid, but with his or her employment status protected.
If you take your leave under FMLA for valid reasons, it is a form of employment discrimination for your employer to fire or otherwise take adverse action against you. If you believe you are entitled to FMLA leave but are let go for taking it or given notice that you will be let go if you take it, contact an employment law attorney at our firm.

Do You Qualify for FMLA Leave?

Some of the conditions for having rights under the Family Medical Leave Act are:
The law covers employees of public agencies, schools and companies with 50 or more employees.
The employee must have worked a minimum of 12 months for the company and 1,250 hours in the past 12 months.
Your leave must be taken for the birth and care of a child, an adoption or foster care placement, your own serious health condition, or the serious health condition of a spouse, child or parent.

Turn to a Proven, Knowledgeable Attorney

Employment law can be complex, and only an experienced attorney can reliably assess the validity and quality of your potential case. We have achieved positive outcomes in numerous past cases involving pregnancy discrimination, retaliatory discharge, and denial of various employee rights under the law.
Sometimes employees have to take legal action to get benefits that are rightly theirs. At Robert M. Liechty, PC, we stand up for people like you, who may be dealing with serious financial adversity and uncertainty because your employer has treated you unfairly.
We welcome your call for a free consultation with a lawyer well prepared to discuss employment law and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
We offer a free initial consultation to help you make confident decisions. You can count on our honesty and willingness to address your questions and concerns head-on.

Robert M. Liechty

Attorney at Law

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