Wisconsin FMLA Medical Leave Discrimination Lawyers
What Are Your FMLA Rights on Medical Leave?
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), allows employees to take time off after
the birth of a child, to receive treatment for a serious health condition, or to take care of a sick family member without the risk of losing their job.
Pregnancy Leave and Maternity Leave
In order to be eligible for FMLA leave, you must have worked for your employer for at least 12 months, and your employer must have 50 or more employees.
Protections under FMLA include:
- Retaining the same benefits on leave that you enjoyed while actively working
- The right to return to the same job after your leave has ended or be placed in a similar job with the same benefits and comparable pay
- Employers are barred from discriminating or attempting to retaliate against you for taking FMLA leave
- Employers cannot seek to impede or deny the rights you are guaranteed under FMLA.
Working Hard to Hold Employers Accountable
Our attorneys work with investigators, computer specialists and other experts, subpoenaing company e-mails, memos, human resources records and other documents that may reveal a pattern of medical condition discrimination in relation to requests for FMLA leave.
Attorneys Fighting for Your Right to Family Medical Leave
Signed into law in February of 1993, the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), allows employees to take time off after the birth of a child, to receive treatment for a serious health condition, or to take care of a sick family member without the risk of losing their job. Whether you are currently being denied FMLA leave or you were fired after seeking it, it is in your best interests to contact a lawyer.
Wisconsin Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Discrimination Attorneys
At HELP in Mequon, we represent employees throughout the greater Milwaukee area who have suffered as a result of FMLA discrimination. We never back down from a fight, working tenaciously to secure the best possible outcome for our clients.
For a free initial consultation with one of our Milwaukee FMLA discrimination attorneys, call us toll free at 866-241-8444. Or, contact us via e-mail.
Do You Have a Medical Leave Case?
Not all forms of FMLA discrimination are obvious. For instance, an employer may seek to make a job impossible for an employee who has announced they will be taking FMLA leave after giving birth, to car for a sick family member or for maternity leave. This is done to force the employee to quit before the employer has to provide FMLA leave. Or, an employer may create another reason to terminate an employee.
If you think you may be the victim of Medical Leave discrimination, you can rely on our attorneys to provide you with honest advice about your legal options. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.