FMLA

Michigan FMLA Attorney

Detroit FMLA Dispute Lawyers

Have you been discriminated against by your employer for filing for time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)? Were you fired after returning to work from medical leave? Are you subjected to lost wages between jobs as a result of FMLA retaliation termination? The lawyers at Miller Cohen, P.L.C. can advocate for your rights.

Contact us for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Information about FMLA

The Family and Medical Leave Act allows an employee up to twelve weeks of leave time, paid or unpaid, for family medical purposes, such as:

  • Pregnancy or birth of a child
  • Serious health condition
  • Care of an immediate family member with a serious health condition

Employers must not discriminate against workers utilizing FMLA leave time and must hold the position for the employee during the twelve weeks.

FMLA Retaliation Claims

Our experienced employment law attorneys can investigate and evaluate your claim. We pursue compensation and justice for employees who have been discriminated against for using FMLA leave time. We work through the challenges of foreseeable and unforeseeable leave, timely notice, and who is an immediate family member.

We offer knowledgeable guidance to individuals pursuing a claim through the Department of Labor. In addition, we provide experienced advocacy and legal representation to employees pursuing claims in federal courts. In addition, we advise labor union clients on FMLA matters.

Helping Working People Defend their Rights

If your employer failed to leave your job open, or terminated you shortly following your return from medical leave, you may have a claim for damages.  Contact us to speak with a skilled employment law attorney. We offer free case evaluations.

Detroit, Michigan, FMLA attorneys providing legal services to clients throughout the Detroit metro area, as well as in Dearborn, Livonia, Westland, Grosse Pointe, Mt Clemens, Warren, Pontiac, Royal Oak, Southfield, Ann Arbor, Allen Park, Lansing, Flint, Saginaw, and Macomb.