Protect Your Position At Work When You Qualify For Leave

The state of California has some of the strongest employee protection laws, which include protected leave. If your employer will not allow you to take leave or has threatened your position when you request leave, you can take steps to protect your job and receive time off.

Our employment attorneys at Lyon Legal, P.C., are dedicated to ensuring that employers in Southern California comply with state and federal employment laws, including protective leave requirements. Our legal team regularly assists employees who have been denied leave for medical, military or other personal considerations.

Receive The Coverage And Time Off Required By Law

When you qualify for time off, your supervisor cannot retaliate against you for exercising your rights. If you mention that you may go on leave or formally apply for leave at work, you are protected from retaliatory acts, which include:

  • A pay decrease or demotion
  • Job termination
  • A reduction in job duties

In California, workers who return from leave are guaranteed their position or a similar position.

Our lawyers design aggressive strategies to defend our clients when their employers violate provisions provided by:

  • California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
  • The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)

We have successfully defended employees who have qualified for short-term disability leave, maternity leave and military leave. We work to ensure that you receive coverage for the appropriate time period, while securing the benefits and pay that you are entitled to receive during your absence.

Learn More About Your Rights When You Talk To Us Today

Worried about losing your job because you need time to care for a family member or are injured? Do not delay; contact us to learn about your options. Our founding attorney, Devon Lyon, returns phone inquiries within two hours.

You can contact our Long Beach office at 562-216-7382 or our Riverside office at 951-208-7723 to schedule your free case assessment. You can also reach our firm online.