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  • California SDI Pregnancy Disability leave? Federal Federal

    I know according to California's disability laws, that a woman is allowed up to 4 weeks before the birth of her baby and 6 weeks after. My question is, what if the baby comes late, say a week or two?
    Does she get paid benefits in this time too, or does she go this extra amount without benefits?
    leanspa
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    Q.I'm pregnant and wonder if I can file a claim for State Disability Insurance (SDI) benefits? If so, for how long?
    A.Yes. The usual disability period for a NORMAL pregnancy is up to four weeks before the expected delivery date and up to six weeks *after the actual delivery.* However, your doctor may certify to a longer period if the delivery is by Cesarean section, if there are medical complications, or if you are unable to perform your regular or customary job duties.

    Here's a link with questions & answers on Ca. SDI.

    http://www.edd.ca.gov:80/disability/..._Insurance.htm
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