In today's economy, losing a job in an unfortunate, but common occurrence that can have a significant financial impact on a family. Being denied unemployment benefits as well, though, can be devastating.
As a general rule, as long as you were not fired for cause, you are entitled to unemployment compensation benefits. What constitutes cause is not always clear. For example, not being able to do your job is not cause nor is doing your job poorly.
If you believe that you have been wrongfully denied unemployment compensation benefits please contact me to schedule an appointment to discuss your case. We will review the reasons that you lost your job and determine whether you should be entitled to benefits. If so, I will aggressively represent you through the process fighting on your behalf to obtain those benefits.
Contact L. Theodore Hoppe, Jr., Esquire — Attorney at Law today!