Ex-Tennessee Titans employee information lawsuit in opposition to staff after firing

Former Tennessee Titans employee Paul Miller has filed a lawsuit against the team alleging the franchise violated federal law by firing him while quarantined after contracting COVID-19 would have.

According to the Associated Press (via ESPN), Miller’s lawsuit, filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in Tennessee, claims that the Titans will be in 2020 following his lawsuit against both the Family Medical Leave Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act “Burning on or around November 20 during quarantine following infection with the virus on or around November 11.

The lawsuit alleges the Titans violated both the Family Medical Leave Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which requires employers to grant qualified workers two weeks of paid sick leave by laying off a worker on sick leave. Miller’s lawsuit states that he was a qualified employee because he was quarantined.

Miller, who was hired by the Titans back in 2019, served as a sports field assistant, helping with special teams and returns during practice, as well as handling equipment for practice and games.

“We are investigating the complaint, but we are currently unable to comment on any pending litigation,” said a statement by the Titans released on Friday.

Not only is Miller eager to get his job back, he wants a cashback and reimbursement of damages and legal fees. The lawsuit also seeks to prevent Tennessee from discriminating against employees on the basis of disability.

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