Yes, NJ State Disability covers your maternity leave for normal pregnancy and delivery.
California does cover your maternity leave for normal labor and delivery.
Oregon does not have state disability. A private short term disability policy would cover your maternity leave, provided your coverage began before getting pregnant.
You can receive disability while on maternity leave under a few scenarios. If you live in a state with state short term disability your maternity leave will be a covered benefit. Those states are CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. If you bought an individual short term disability policy BEFORE getting pregnant, your maternity leave will be covered.
Ohio does not have state mandated short term disability. You can receive disability while on maternity leave if you purchased a policy through your employer before getting pregnant.
Minnesota does not have state mandated short term disability. But private coverage is readily available for pregnancy and maternity leave.
It depends on several factors, and the type of disability coverage you may have. Massachusetts does not mandated state short term disability insurance, so there is no state sponsored program to cover your maternity leave. Social Security Disability is not designed to cover maternity leave at all. You many have purchased individual short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. If so, you made a smart move. Short term disability will cover your maternity leave for normal delivery, plus pay an additional benefit should you leave work early for bed rest, or need additional time away from work due to delivery complications.
Washington does not have mandatory paid maternity leave, or short term disability insurance. Only five states have this type of state coverage.The best way to be covered for your maternity leave is to purchase a private short term disability policy before getting pregnant.
South Carolina does not have state disability so you may be out of luck. If you enrolled in a private plan before getting pregnant, your maternity leave would then be a covered benefit.These plans are readily available in SC. Just work through your employer to get coverage.
The answer is - it depends. If your employer offers maternity benefits you are one of the lucky few. If you live in a state with mandated short term disability will are covered. Those states are CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. If your employer offers short term disability insurance and you applied before getting pregnant, your maternity leave for normal labor and delivery will be covered.
In the U.S. there is no requirement for an employer to replace your income during maternity leave. Some employers will do this as an employee benefit, but most do not. Employers in CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI are required to offer state short term disability insurance, which covers maternity leave. Many employers offer short term disability insurance which covers maternity leave.
California has mandated disability insurance that replaces a portion of your income during maternity leave for normal delivery. Contact the state office, and complete a claims form.