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Nelson v. Clermont Cnty. Veterans Service Cmmn

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Employee with Crying Spells after Daughter's Sexual Assault Has Viable FMLA Claim

Franczek Radelet P.C • November 14, 2013
Kris was forced to endure the unthinkable: her daughter had just become the victim of a sexual assault. In the weeks that followed, Kris alerted her employer of the assault and the care her daughter would require in the time ahead. Kris suffered too. As her doctor would later report, she had crying spells, a lack of energy and an inability to focus or concentrate.