The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and California Family Rights Act (CFRA) allow employees to take protected leave for up to 12 weeks per year for a serious health issue affecting the employee or an immediate family member. Employees must meet specific eligibility requirements to qualify for FMLA protection.
Many misconceptions about these laws continue to confuse employees. Our FMLA & CFRA Violations attorneys at JML Law, A Professional Law Corporation, have helped many employees in Los Angeles County and Orange County understand their rights and file claims for FMLA violations.
Victims of these violations can file employment claims in an effort to recover lost wages, attorneys fees, damages to their credit, punitive damages, along with pain and suffering. We will work quickly to move your case along so you can move forward with your life.
We can help if your application has been denied or if you were wrongfully terminated overtaking a protected leave. The law is complex when it comes to protected leave. Our lawyers understand the law and your employee rights. We will advocate for you, help you file a claim against your employer and help file an unemployment application, if necessary.
We are committed to protecting your CFRA rights. We stand up for employees like you all the time. We have extensive experience representing employees in Woodland Hills, San Francisco and throughout the state.
What can you do to help with your claim? Always keep a copy of your application and any documented evidence. Many employers end up claiming they never received the application so keeping all documentation related to your FMLA or CFRA claim will help us establish your case.
You have rights in the workplace. When an employer violates your rights, you may not know where to turn. We can help. We care about providing you with personalized and comprehensive representation. Call us at 818-610-8800 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation. We get paid only if we obtain a favorable settlement or verdict in your case.
Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you have been injured in a work-related accident.