Understanding The Family And Medical Leave Act

Southern California Family And Medical Leave Act Attorneys

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles employees who have been with their current employer at least one year up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave per year for family and medical care. Additionally, it requires that other benefits and conditions be maintained throughout the leave. This includes leave for the birth of a child, the adoption of a child or the serious health condition of a child, spouse, parent or the employee.

Contact us or call us at 866-295-7512 today to schedule a free consultation with a Southern California FMLA attorney you can trust.

At Bononi Law Group, LLP, in Pasadena, California, our lawyers have extensive experience handling pregnancy rights and FMLA claims. If you believe you may have a claim under the FMLA, we can help. This law does not apply to all employers. Our knowledgeable attorneys can advise you as to your rights and whether your employer is required to abide by the provisions of the FMLA.

Medical Leave Legal Protections

Designed to help employees balance their work and family responsibilities, the FMLA allows for reasonable unpaid leave for certain family and medical reasons, while still seeking to accommodate the legitimate interests of employers. An employee must follow certain procedures to receive FMLA entitlements, including leave and continued health benefits, as well as job preservation and restoration. Our attorneys have the legal knowledge and experience to carefully guide you through this process and help you understand your rights and obligations so you receive the protections you are warranted.

Our firm is highly regarded throughout Southern California for offering pre-eminent legal services in all employment law matters. If you need skilled representation in your FMLA claim or dispute, we can help. If you have suffered retaliation, harassment or discrimination due to your Family and Medical Leave Act claim, we have the courtroom experience to confidently mediate or litigate your case.

Contact Our FMLA Law Firm

Depending on the individual circumstances of the case, certain employees may also be entitled to protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). For a clear explanation of your rights and committed advocacy in your Family and Medical Leave Act claim, contact our Southern California law firm at 213-550-5503 today.