• As wage slaves we have no rights
  • You can't asked to be layed off, it indicates fraud, but I see where your coming from, I've also worked pregnant.
  • under FMLA you have 12 weeks of unpaid leave for personal medical reason or to care for an family menber who needs care see an attorney
  • Sorry about that, I had a momentary computer glitch. Just read my other answer.
  • I used to work for an insurance company that handled disability claims, so I will try to answer this to the best of my ability. Disability coverage through your employer usually ONLY entitles you to a certain number of days of pay after the birth of the child, but it can also depend on what your doctor states if you end up having complications before or during the delivery. However, just because you are claiming disability does NOT mean your job is protected, and unless the doctor states otherwise, you normally have to work right up until your due date. Normally the employer will not fire you for the days that you are out on the claim, but to be on the safe side, you should always be placed on maternity leave at the same time. You could try speaking with a lawyer, but if you were terminated even before the baby was born, you wouldn't have much of a case.
  • Every state has it's own laws but you do need to see an attorney.
  • maybe you should talk to a lawyer about all that

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