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Unfortunately, for any action taken in 2014, the one year statute of limitations
Under FMLA, the employer's only legal obligation is to protect your employment for up to 12 weeks. So, once that time is up, you do not have any further protection under that law.
IF you have a permanent disability, which it sounds like you have, you would have to ask for a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, where you would be required to submit a medical report to your employer from your doctor explaining your condition and what types of accommodations you can use to be able to keep up with the duties of your job.
FL law does not recognize job related stress from having not enough employees
and having to take work home to complete it. So, the issue here is that you would need to submit a written request for accommodation under the ADA and specify something reasonable that would allow you to complete your job duties. If there is no reasonable accommodation that will accommodate your disability, then you need to discuss with your doctor perhaps a permanent disability and filing for Social Security Disability.
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