Wilmer J. Harris is experienced with pregnancy discrimination cases. The federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act mandate 12 weeks of unpaid medical leave for employees of many companies following the births of children. Some companies either fail to provide this time off or they find ways to discriminate against new parents, especially mothers, upon their return to work.
You may be entitled to a settlement for Pregnancy Discrimination if you have suffered any of the following:
- Wrongful termination,
- Reduced hours,
- Reduced wages,
- Emotional trauma,
- Denial of maternity leave, or
- Violations of the Family & Medical Leave Act
Powerful and Effective Representation for Victims of Pregnancy Discrimination
Our firm has made its name in helping employees who have been harmed financially or in other ways from the illegal actions of their employers. We have successfully fought countless difficult battles to bring about justice for our clients, whether you work for a large mega-corporation or a smaller employer. You can be sure that there is no fight too big or too small for us to take on.
You can protect your rights when you are the victim of pregnancy discrimination. We will use our legal expertise to make a plan to give you and your case the vigorous and individualized attention it deserves.
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The firm represents clients in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, or anywhere else in Southern California.