St. Paul Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Attorney
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While the majority of employers comply with this law and allow their employees
to take time off for important situations in their lives, others may not.
In fact, rather than deny a request for time off, an employer could retaliate
by decreasing the worker's position or wages upon returning to work,
or even by firing them. If this occurs, your rights under FMLA may very
well have been violated. It is important that you contact a team of seasoned
St. Paul employment lawyers who are well-versed in employment law.
Why Choose Our FMLA Lawyers?
- More than 35 years’ combined experience
- Trial-tested insights and a proven history of success
- Free phone or in-person consultation
Capitol City Law Group, LLC, we understand how important it is that you are able to balance both your
work and personal lives without fear of retaliation. Our team can discuss
what your rights are under FMLA, review your unique situation, and take
steps to ensure that justice is obtained.
Email us or call (651) 419-3615 for your free consultation.
Call Our Saint Paul FMLA Lawyers
The following situations are protected under FMLA:
- The birth and care of a child
- Foster care and adoption placement of a child
- Caring for a spouse, child, or parent with a serious health condition
- The employee themselves suffering from a serious health condition
Denied your right to take leave? At times, employees need to take time off from their work. Under the Family
and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), certain employers are required to provide
their workers with up to 12 week of unpaid leave under certain conditions.
In order to qualify for leave under FMLA, your place of work must employ
at least 50 people within a 75-mile radius of the business. Also, you
must have worked for the employer for at least one year with 1,250 hours
put in within those 12 months.
free, no-obligation initial consultation by
calling our law firm now at (651) 419-3615!