Issues with Manager
UPDATED: May 13, 2009
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Issues with Manager
I was preg few months ago and had complications during my pregnancy. I work from home. my manager kept bothering me during that time. she required me to come to meeting. and she has been asking me for same info over and over again. (have proof). I was already stressed out and she kept presurizing me. I later had miscarriage on 4 month of my preg. She didnt allow me to come back to work until i provided my doc notes. i feel that the stress is one of the factor in my miscariage. is there a way i can make my case against her.i had suffered both mental & physical trauma cause of her
Asked on May 13, 2009 under Employment Labor Law, California
MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 13 years ago | Contributor
Yup. Immediately contact a lawyer in personal injury, especially one who has experience with issues of family law, miscarriages, work/labor law/employment law, and the the various maternity laws in California, including FMLA (family medical leave act, which is federal).
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