Family and Medical Leave Rights

Experienced Attorney for Victims Denied Family or Medical Leave Rights

Have you been denied your right to take leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)? Is your ability to care for yourself or your family hampered due to your employer’s noncompliance with FMLA? If you have been denied leave, or if your employer has retaliated against you for exercising your FMLA rights The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn in Rockville is here to help.

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The federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and perhaps state laws require covered employers to provide eligible employees non-paid leave for:

  • The birth or adoption of a child
  • The care of your own serious health condition
  • The care of immediate relatives with serious health conditions

Most employers comply with the law and grant the requested time off. A few do not. They may not believe your reason for leave is valid or your health condition serious enough to merit time off. They may question the certification of your treating physicians. They may deny you the opportunity to return to your job at the end of leave.

If you have been denied your rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act,
contact our office.
Attorney Steven C. Kahn has fought for employment and labor rights. For many years, he represented management and as a result, is very familiar with its tactics. His insider knowledge and four decades of experience can be put to good use for your benefit. Whether combating
gender discrimination or
wrongful termination, our lawyer is ready to go the extra mile for you.

Contact The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn.

Located just minutes from the Rockville Metro and from the Montgomery County district and circuit courthouses,
The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn are conveniently located and wheelchair accessible. Our office hours are by appointment and our phones are answered 24 hours every day. Please
contact us today if you are the victim of illegal employment practices or discriminatory working conditions. Call 866-415-8698 or 301-637-0400 or complete our
online form to submit detailed information about your employment law case.

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