Legal Representation Is Vital To A Successful Appeal
Frequently, people believe that their right to unemployment benefits is so obvious that they take on the initial unemployment appeal hearing themselves and are then shocked when they are still denied benefits. Do not let the seemingly informal nature of the initial appeal hearing fool you. It is not a simple phone conference, but rather a fully adversarial proceeding. These evidentiary hearings are essentially mini-trials and are typically the first and last chance you will get to present evidence to support your unemployment appeal. While additional appeals are available, they are often an uphill battle.
As your lawyer, I can help you avoid potential pitfalls in your unemployment appeal by intervening early in the process. When handled efficiently, these matters can be resolved quickly, and I will make sure you understand what to expect at every step.
Don’t Wait To Get Help With Your Appeal
There are hard and fast deadlines for appeals cases, so it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible to preserve your rights to benefits. I am here to answer questions and help you pursue the benefits you are eligible for. Contact my firm today by phone or send an online message using the form on this website. Initial consultations are free.
I offer a fixed, flat-fee structure so that you know in advance exactly what representation will cost, and in some cases, I will work with payment plans.