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Sabatini & Associates Retained in FMLA Wrongful Termination Case

Sabatini & Associates has been retained by a woman who was recently wrongfully terminated in violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). She had successfully worked for years for her employer. In 2012, she needed intermittent medical leave under the FMLA. After receiving intermittent medical leave, her immediate supervisor constantly complained about her absences and the "disruptions" the absences were causing at work. The supervisor then manufactured an excuse to fire her.

Intermittent medical leave is also referred to as a reduced schedule leave. Intermittent medical leave is provided for employees who need the time and flexibility to balance the demands of work and the need to receive medical care and attention for a serious health condition, to tend to a sick family member or to provide care related to the birth/adoption of a child. Intermittent leave can take the form of taking a few hours from work per week, a few days per week, multiple days per month, or other time periods. The distinctive characteristic of intermittent leave is that is not continuous.

Our employment attorneys have a wealth of experience in representing people wrongfully terminated in violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act. If your employment has been terminated in violation of the FMLA, call us today at 860-667-0839.

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