Denied unemployment? You need an experienced attorney by your side to help you through the hearing process of unemployment compensation appeals. To receive unemployment, it is required that you lost your job through no fault of you own. This means if you quit or were terminated for good cause, you may be denied unemployment, the unemployment you need to feed your family. Get the unemployment compensation you deserve until you can get back on your feet.
You do have the ability to get your unemployment compensation appealed, but you must act fast, you only have 15 days from the date of mailing and the initial decision to appeal. The way to do it is through a Referee’s hearing. This hearing is your only chance to present testimony and witnesses. Yes, you can appeal the Referee’s decision to the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, but the Board rarely conducts hearings and frequently requires a brief supporting your position. Therefore, you need an Attorney to assist you and make sure the hearing goes right the first time.
Here at Sher & Associates, we have an attorney on staff who is ready to help you take back what you deserve! Amanda has assisted many individuals in Berks County and Schuylkill County to get their unemployment compensation appeals, after they were initially denied. Get the money you need to help you get back on your feet, contact Sher & Associates today!
Just a reminder, you only have 15 days to make your unemployment compensation appeal, so don’t hesitate to make the call!