Retaliation For FMLA Leave

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows people who are eligible to take leave for very specific medical reasons and issues concerning family. If you qualify for this type of leave, your employer must allow you to take the 12-week leave. Upon return, you are legally entitled to your job or a comparable job, with limited exceptions. Retaliation for taking FMLA leave is considered illegal.

The Law Office of Omid Nosrati works with individual employees who face challenges at the workplace, including retaliation and wrongful termination. We are advocates for employees, not the employers. Led by a skilled and experienced lawyer, we take a very hands-on approach to representing our clients. You get the attention and commitment that your case deserves when working with The Law Office of Omid Nosrati.

Employment Leave And FMLA Retaliation

If you are fired or demoted after returning from FMLA leave, you may have a strong claim. Just because you were able to take your leave doesn't exclude the possibility that your employer could be acting illegally. The laws on retaliation are complicated, so it is important you have an attorney review your situation.

Omid Nosrati will conduct a thorough investigation regarding the timing of the incidents and look for direct correlation between FMLA leave and wrongful termination. He will keep you informed as he investigates your case and advises on the best strategy to pursue to protect your interests.

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Please contact us by calling (310) 553-5630 or by completing an online form. When you schedule a meeting with our firm it is held directly with attorney Omid Nosrati or with one of our other attorneys. Our law firm is located in Los Angeles and we handle cases throughout Southern California.