The majority of California employers are required to allow qualifying employees to take a leave of absence if they experience a disability due to pregnancy or pregnancy-related conditions. The pregnancy leave attorneys at Minnis & Smallets, LLP can help enforce your rights under California and federal statutes if you suffer retaliation, are terminated, lose benefits, or are subject to other forms of unlawful conduct. Please contact our San Francisco office to schedule a free consultation about your circumstances, and check out some useful information about these laws.
State and federal statutes have varying implications for employees who need to take a leave of absence due to pregnancy and/or pregnancy-related conditions. California is one of only a few states that provides pregnancy disability leave and family medical leave when combined with certain federal laws.
Still, there is a wide array of eligibility rules, conflicting legal requirements, overlapping provisions, and other complex concepts under such statutes as:
If you have questions or would like more information regarding your rights, the pregnancy leave attorneys at Minnis & Smallets, LLP can help. Please call 1-415-551-0885 to reach our San Francisco offices or go online to set up a consultation regarding your case.
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