Has your employer interfered with your attempt to take a leave of absence as the result of your own serious health condition, a family member’s serious health condition, the birth of a child, or the adoption of a child? Is your employer trying to block your return to work after an approved leave of absence? If so, your employer may have violated your rights to family and medical leave.

Additionally, if your own serious health condition also qualifies as a disability under anti-discrimination laws, your employer may have to accommodate your condition by granting extended leave in addition to your rights under family and medical leave laws.

If you are defending our country by serving in the military, and you must take time off of work to serve, there are laws that protect your job upon your return from service or deployment.

If you have concerns that your employer has violated your leave of absence rights contact our law firm. In many instances there are strict time limitations for asserting your employment rights.

The law offices of Roush & Stilz, P.S.C. provide legal representation to individuals in leave of absences cases in Ohio and Kentucky.