There are a lot of issues here to consider that this forum does not avail itself to.I would recommend you use the find a lawyer tab above to locate an attorney in your area. Many attorneys offer free consultations where you can gain a better understanding of your legal rights. Good Luck.
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This is to fact intensive for Avvo.....only an attorney speaking with you and understanding all that transpired will determine if you have a claim.....what you provided is incomplete. Moreover, how many employees are in the company as that affects the applicability of ADA.
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I agree with my colleagues. Your post raises issues related to the FMLA and ADA, but your matter sounds very fact intensive and does not easily lend itself to a quick answer on a forum like Avvo. See a local employment attorney. Good luck.
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