Family And Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Discrimination and Retaliation

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires employers to provide employees who have been employed for more than 12 months with up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave to address their own medical issues or those of family members. All too often, employers fail to provide this required leave, or may retaliate against those who take FMLA leave. For example, an employer many decide to improperly fire an employee after he or she uses the leave during or after a pregnancy or for treatment for a serious medical condition such as cancer. When situations such as these arise, the employee can sue his or her employer for FMLA discrimination or retaliation.

Learn More By Speaking To Our Experienced FMLA Lawyer

Employees are often unaware of their rights under FMLA and other state and federal laws. Additionally, they may be afraid to sue their employer. Retaining our firm can provide you with the answers you need and can set your mind at ease as we effectively work to defend your rights. Our firm can help you recover your dignity and collect compensation for discrimination, harassment, retaliation or other violations of your rights.

Those who work with us get direct attention from attorney John Klassen. John is Board Certified as a Labor and Employment Law Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association, and has obtained many significant verdicts and settlements in FMLA cases and other employment law matters. His refined trial skills and 20 years of legal experience have garnered recognition from Minnesota Super Lawyers every year since 2003.

Case Result: We recovered $225,000 for three plaintiffs who sued their former employer for retaliation under the Family and Medical Leave Act after the employer terminated them for taking FMLA leave for their pregnancies.

Questions About FMLA Rights? Contact Us.

If you think that your family and medical leave rights have been violated by your employer, our firm can help. Even if your employer has been acting in a certain way for a long time and no one else at the company has complained, you and your rights should be protected. Your employer should not be allowed to continue discriminating against you and other employees in the future.

Call John A. Klassen, PA, at 612-217-4988 or 877-390-4527 to arrange a consultation and receive the answers you need regarding FMLA discrimination and retaliation. We represent clients in Minneapolis and St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.