We Fight For Workers Who Are Not Allowed Family Or Medical Leave
Under federal and state Family and Medical Leave laws, many employees are eligible to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave from work for:
- The birth or adoption and care of the employee’s child
- Care of a serious health condition suffered by the employee or a member of the employee’s family
During a family and medical leave, the employee’s regular medical benefits must continue. After taking leave, employees also have the right to return to the same or an equivalent job.
Have You Been Denied A Family And Medical Leave?
At Fox & Fox, S.C., we are strong advocates for employees who have been denied their rights to take family and medical leave and to return to work after doing so. Our employment law attorneys have extensive experience and a consistent record of success in the enforcement of these rights for clients in Wisconsin and the Chicago metro area.
Know Your Family And Medical Leave Rights
To receive a family and medical leave, employees must meet specific requirements that often differ under federal and state law. Those rules also overlap with other leave requirements under the laws against employment discrimination due to pregnancy and disability.
The family and medical leave lawyers at Fox & Fox have the knowledge and expertise to guide you through this complex area of employment law. Consult with one of our experienced employment law attorneys to learn how these rules apply to you and protect your right to take a needed leave without losing your job.
We Only Get Paid If You Recover Damages
If you are facing a denial of family and medical leave or the right to return to work after taking leave, the lawyers at Fox & Fox are here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 608-258-9588, 844-206-9772 to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Chicago or Wisconsin family and medical leave attorney. With law offices in Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago, we are equipped to represent clients throughout Wisconsin and the Chicago metro area.