Defendant has presented no evidence that it would have immediately terminated Plaintiff once she expended all her FMLA leave. In fact, Plaintiff declared that she was injured in an automobile accident in 2010, that she missed approximately twenty-one weeks of work, and that Defendant granted her nine weeks of non-FMLA leave after she exhausted her FMLA leave. Accordingly, the Court finds that there exists a genuine dispute of material fact as to whether Defendant would have terminated Plaintiff once she expended her FMLA leave. Helton v. Wesley Health System, LLC, NO. 2:15-cv-20-KS-MTP, 2016 WL 913271 at *3 (S.D. Miss. March 9, 2016)

Helton v. Wesley Health System, LLC, NO. 2:15-cv-20-KS-MTP, 2016 WL 913271 (S.D. Miss. March 9, 2016) (Starrett, J.)