serious health condition

Definition of "serious health condition"
  1. A significant illness, injury or impairment, including a long-term condition, a chronic disorder, a terminal illness, pregnancy, or a condition requiring surgical treatment or causing incapacity for more than three days, which may qualify an employee or their relative for leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act
How to use "serious health condition" in a sentence
  1. She had to take time off work to care for her son who had a serious health condition.
  2. His traumatic brain injury was recognized as a serious health condition under FMLA.
  3. Pregnancy, as a serious health condition, allowed her to take medical leave.

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