Family and Medical Leave

Pres. Clinton signs the Family Leave Bill as Vicki Yandle of Marietta, Ga., looks on in the Rose Garden of the White House, Feb. 5, 1993.  Mrs. Yandle lost her job when she took time off when her daughter was sick.  Behind the president, from left, are: House Speaker Thomas Foley, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), Rep. William Ford (D-Mich.), and Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.) At far right is Vice President Al Gore. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson)
Pres. Clinton signs the FMLA as Vicki Yandle of Marietta, Ga., looks on. Mrs. Yandle lost her job when she took time off when her daughter was sick.

The Family and Medical Leave Act protects long-term employees when unforeseeable events require an overnight stay in a hospital or when the employee suffers from a serious health condition requiring multiple treatments.

The Family and Medical Leave Act protects employees when their minor child, elder parent or spouse is the person in need of medical attention.

The Family and Medical Leave Act protects employees who need periodic treatments such as chemotherapy or physical therapy.

The Family and Medical Leave act protects employees who need to miss work due to episodic illnesses such as epilepsy or multiple sclerosis.

If you believe your employer is not allowing you the proper time to seek out medical care for yourself, a child, or parent, your employer may be violating your rights under the FMLA.

If so, then fill out the online form and one of our attorneys’ will return your call and discuss you case.

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