Erie Unemployment Lawyers
Is your employer denying your unemployment benefits? Do you wish to appeal your ineligibility for unemployment compensation?
If you lose your job, you may be eligible for unemployment compensation benefits. Visit the website of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to find out more and to file an initial claim form. If your claim is denied, you can still appeal the denial, which means scheduling a hearing.
Prevailing at an unemployment hearing, an appeal, or an unemployment matters case requires specific legal knowledge about how the Referee, the UCBR, and the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Courts make the final determination. Basically, an unemployment lawyer gives you the best chance of prevailing and ensures that you do not undermine your case by arguing legally irrelevant points.
We specialize in unemployment appeal hearings and unemployment litigation. Talk to an attorney at (814) 806-1200 or email@example.com.
Employer Appealing Your Unemployment Benefits
We represent individuals in all areas of unemployment law. Our unemployment attorneys know the ins and outs of the unemployment process and will fight for your benefits if your former employer appeals.
Appeal Your Unemployment Compensation Determination
We help employees gain the compensation they deserve when they lose their jobs. Furthermore, we level the playing field for winning your benefits from your former employer.
Need Help With Your Unemployment Appeal?
We, at KM&A, offer specialized insight and advice to you about your case for unemployment. We know that fighting for your unemployment benefits is confusing and we can help you make sense of it.
Five Reasons to Choose KM&A