Oxnard Paternity & Medical Leave Lawyer
Oxnard Paternity & Medical Leave Lawyer
Protecting Your Right to Take Leave in CaliforniaMany employers don't understand the law when it comes to employee leaves. If your employer denies your request to go on leave or retaliates against you for taking leave, you may be entitled to compensation.
If you are having a problem with your employer on any employment issue, contact us to discuss your case and your options.
Contact us or call 877-525-0700 for your Ventura County leave of absence lawyers.
Types of Leave in California:
There are many different kinds of employee leaves in California. Here are some examples:
- Sick leave
- Pregnancy leave
- Maternity or paternity leave to care for a newly born or adopted child
- Medical leave to care for yourself or a
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- Disability leave
- Military leave
- Leave for jury duty
- Workers' compensation leave due to work-related injury
If you are eligible for leave, the law protects you from adverse employer actions for exercising your right to take leave. Examples of adverse employer actions include firing you, demoting you, not promoting you, or transferring you to a less-desirable location or shift.
Contact a California Labor Law Attorney to see if you might have a case, call your Ventura County employment lawyers at 877-525-0700 toll free. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis with no upfront costs. Se habla espaÃ±ol.
Moorpark Employment Attorneys. Protecting Your Right to Take Family or Medical Leave in CaliforniaIf you need to take time off from work to recover from a serious health condition or to care for a family member who has a serious health condition, you are protected by a law known as the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The California Family Rights Act is a California law that provides similar, but better, protection.
If your employer has denied your right to take FMLA leave or had retaliated against you for taking leave, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us to discuss your case and your options. We are one of the few firms willing to take employment cases to court in Ventura County.
877-525-0700 for a Oxnard Trial Lawyer.
How Much Leave Can I Take?
If you are eligible, the law generally allows you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave (consecutive or nonconsecutive) in a 12-month period for a serious medical condition for yourself and a limited list of family members. If you are disabled, you may be able to take a longer leave. In addition, you may have medical restrictions that would apply to you upon your return to work. For example, if your job involves lifting, you may be restricted to lifting objects weighing not more than 10 pounds. Only an attorney can advise you whether these restrictions qualify for a particular leave.
Many employers do not understand the law and end up violating the rights of their employees.
What Is a Serious Health Condition?
What constitutes a serious health condition and what leave protections may exist is a complicated inquiry for which you should consult an attorney.
Contact us to speak to a Ventura, California Family and Medical Leave Act lawyer, or call 877-525-0700 toll free. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis with no upfront costs. Se habla espaÃ±ol.
California Family Rights Act Lawyer
If you need to take time off from work to provide the direct care for certain family members or to recover from a serious health condition, you may be protected by a law known as the California Family Rights Act (CFRA). The Family and Medical Leave Act is a federal law that provides similar protection.
If your employer has denied your right to take leave or had retaliated against you for taking leave, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us to discuss your case and your options.
If you have worked 1,250 hours for an employer with 50 or more employees in a 75-mile radius, the California Family Rights Act allows you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave each year for the following reasons:
- For the birth, adoption or foster care placement of a child
- To care for certain family members who have a serious health condition
- To recover from a serious health condition
- To treat for a serious medical condition
Everyone is entitled to a leaves of absence. When you employer denies you in any way to take a leave of absence, contact a Simi Valley attorney to fight for your compensation. Serving all of Ventura County including: Agoura, Camarillo, Moorpark, Ojai, Oxnard, Santa Paula, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Westlake Village. Contact us to speak to a California Family Rights Act lawyer or a Bakersfield CFRA Attorney, call 877-525-0700 toll free. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis with no upfront costs. Se habla espaÃ±ol.