Family Medical Leave Discrimination

Federal laws entitle eligible employees of covered employers to take an unpaid, protected leave of absence to care for the serious health condition of themselves or the serious health condition of specific family members. These laws also provide guarantees of reemployment to eligible employees who take their job-protected leave of absence.

Sometimes, employers fail to follow these laws and respect the rights of employees under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Some employers may try to terminate a worker's employment, limit his or her opportunities or otherwise treat him or her differently from other employees. When this happens, trust the attorneys of Lavi & Ebrahimian, LLP, in Los Angeles.

We are respected trial lawyers who tenaciously fight for the rights of employees throughout California. If your employer has treated you unfairly because of your decision to take legal medical leave, we can help you protect your interests and pursue compensation for the harm you have suffered.

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If you had to take medical leave to recover from a serious illness or care for a loved one, you likely have enough to worry about without the fear that you might lose your job. Our attorneys will take on the stress of your legal case so you can focus on your health and your family.

It is important to respond to discrimination quickly in order to preserve your rights and remain within any statutes of limitations. To arrange a complimentary consultation and case evaluation at your earliest convenience, please contact us at 310-432-0000. From our Los Angeles office, we serve clients in Beverly Hills and all surrounding communities.