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  • FMLA California

    I went out on disability in dec. i filed the paperwork and the claim was denied due to a form that the dr needed to fill out. the ins rep said have him fill it out and then resubmit

    however i just got a letterfrom my company stating if my claim is denied i will have48 hours to report to work or i will be terminated.

    i know with the fmla the rules are 12 months 1250 hours 75 mile radius. i aslo read someplace that california doesn't have the 75 employee radius they can be allover the united states .

    i just can't sem to find that in writiing. can someone please help me out?is this tru and where would i fnd this information.

    if my disability is denied would i not be still eligiable for fmla?

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    No, there is still the 75 mile requirement. See here for details http://www.dol.gov/esa/programs/whd/state/fmla/ca.htm

    Do you still qualify for FMLA?
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    • #3
      No.We have 400 employees in S..C.and we are a affiliate office and there is only two of us.

      but i received a call from my company today and they told me they will give a 12 week leave of absence w/pay (if after disability does a review and still doesn't approve claim. and i get full benefits as well during this time. however they can not hold my job for 3months.

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      • #4
        That's actually very generous of them, considering they aren't required by law to do so.
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