Family & Medical Leave

You Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Work & Your Well-Being

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Litigators for Workers Denied Family & Medical Leave in California

If your employer denies you the time off you need for family or medical challenges, you deserve a knowledgeable and dedicated legal partner who will pursue justice and compensation on your behalf—even when that means going to court. 

Baker Law Group, LLP, is the partner you need. Since 2002, employment law attorney Michelle Baker and her team have successfully represented individuals and groups of employees who have been mistreated by California employers. 

We are passionate about protecting workplace rights and are personally committed to our clients’ needs. Baker Law Group, LLP, will take your side to resolve your disputes and reclaim your rights. 

Types of Family & Medical Leave

Examples of family and medical leave that may violate California law

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Family & Medical Leave FAQ

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What laws do employers have to violate for a family and medical leave lawsuit?
Pregnancy leave is a common example. The California Fair Employment and Housing Act makes it illegal for companies to demote, fire, or in any other way discriminate against a worker because of her pregnancy, or for her decision to request pregnancy leave. California’s Pregnancy Disability Leave Law also requires companies to provide employees with four months of leave for employees who need medical leave as a result of their pregnancy.

Cases Taken On Contingency

We do not charge for an initial consultation, and Baker Law Group, LLP, takes most wrongful termination cases on contingency, meaning you don’t pay until you win. When you contact Baker Law Group, LLP, we can tell you if a contingency fee structure is right for your case.