Legal Counsel For Unemployment Claims And Appeals
If you have lost your job and haven’t been able to find employment, unemployment benefits might be available for you. To qualify for unemployment benefits you must have earned a minimum amount of earnings over a set period of time. You also must be willing and able to work.
You wouldn’t be eligible for unemployment benefits if you:
- Were fired for serious misconduct
- Are self-employed
- Are unavailable to work
- Quit without a good reason
- Are on strike from your job
Pennsylvania’s unemployment department will determine whether you are eligible for unemployment benefits based on the information that you provide to them and that they gather from your previous employer. If you are denied, you can appeal within a set amount of time. That is where an experienced attorney can step in and help you. In some cases, you may also be able to appeal through Pennsylvania’s court system if you have received another denial.
Get A Lawyer’s Advice If You Have Been Denied Or Encountered Any Other Trouble
If you are denied unemployment benefits, you face financial hardships until you are able to get another job. Reach out to the attorneys at Rick Law to find out how we can help you secure unemployment benefits. Call 610-850-9036 or complete our online inquiry form. We will respond promptly and schedule an appointment for you to speak with a lawyer.