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The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC Represents Employees Who Experience Interference with Their FMLA Rights

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Updated 9:00 AM CDT, Wed, March 27,2019

Marlton, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/27/2019 -- The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC, home to experienced severance lawyers in Burlington County, NJ, offers legal counsel to employees who believe their rights under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) have been violated. If an employer has denied or interfered with an employee's ability to take FMLA leave, that could be grounds for legal action, and The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC encourages employees to contact the firm for a consultation.

Under FMLA, employers are required to provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for covered employees. FMLA leave is intended as a way for employees to handle medical necessities, such as the birth of a child, surgical procedures, or caring for a loved one, without worrying about losing a job.

If the employee qualifies for FMLA leave, it's unlawful for an employer to deny a request for FMLA leave, restrain the employee from taking FMLA leave, interfere with the employee's use of FMLA leave, or retaliate against the employee for taking FMLA leave. Employees can seek legal recourse if this has happened to them by filing a FMLA claim.

Dealing with an uncooperative employer at a difficult time is challenging enough without worrying about the legalities of the situation, and that's where The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC is an invaluable asset to employees throughout New Jersey. The firm has years of experience standing up for the rights of workers. Employees wanting to file an FMLA interference claim or hire an experienced severance agreement lawyer in Camden County, Burlington County, or anywhere in the Garden State, should contact the firm today at 800-406-8013.

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