Pregnancy Discrimination Is Illegal

Pregnant women enjoy a range of benefits and privileges similar to those of workers with disabilities. When these benefits and privileges are denied or ignored, a woman may have cause of action to remedy the problem.

If you are pregnant and believe you have been treated unfairly at work, you should contact an experienced employment lawyer as soon as possible.

At the Law Office of Noah A. Kinigstein, I have a record of successfully representing pregnant women who were victims of discrimination in the workplace. As an experienced trial lawyer, I will fight vigorously to protect your rights in court if necessary.

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You Have Rights Under The Family And Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

The federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) establishes important protections for workers and parents when it comes to taking a medical leave. The details for eligibility, however, are far from straightforward, leading to confusion on the part of employees and lax compliance on the part of employers.

The birth or adoption of a child, or caring for yourself or a seriously ill family member, are just some of the circumstances which may entitle you to take a family medical leave under the FMLA.

An experienced employment law attorney can assist you in case you or a family member has fallen seriously ill and your employer has denied you a family medical leave. Often, employers will even fire or demote workers who have exercised their rights under the FMLA or complained about illegal violations of the FMLA.

I'm Ready To Stand Up For You

If you feel your rights under the FMLA have been denied or you have suffered any retaliation for taking a leave under the FMLA, I am ready to represent you and defend your rights in court.

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