Philadelphia Attorney for Unemployment Compensation Claims
Do You Know the PA Unemployment Benefits Process?
If you have recently been laid off, downsized or fired, what you don’t know about the Pennsylvania unemployment compensation application process could hurt you. You might run into unexpected opposition to your claim from your former employer. You might learn about eligibility criteria that you overlooked. And any mistakes you make on your initial application could delay your benefits for weeks or months.
At the Law Offices of Thomas W. Moore III in Philadelphia and Upper Darby, our experience with the unemployment benefits process can speed up and streamline your access to the compensation you and your family will need. For more information about the most effective ways to protect your financial interests, contact us at either of our offices for a free consultation.
Philadelphia unemployment compensation attorney Thomas Moore gives benefits applicants the personalized service and tough advocacy they need in complicated cases. He can help you concentrate on your search for a new job while his law firm steers your claim through the unemployment benefits process. In many cases, we can find evidence of wrongdoing on the part of your former employer, which can add additional value to your unemployment benefits claim.
Call a Philadelphia Unemployment Benefits Lawyer: 215-665-5751
Proving your right to unemployment compensation usually involves three steps: information about your recent work and salary history, evidence of your willingness and ability to accept new employment and proof that your recent job loss was for reasons outside your control. In many cases, people discover for the first time during the unemployment compensation review process that their employer has alleged a good cause for their termination, such as employee misconduct.
If you need to prove your eligibility for benefits over your former employer’s objection, our experience with the Pennsylvania unemployment compensation review and appeals process can help you cut through the obstacles that stand between you and your benefits. We can often show that the evidence of misconduct was fabricated or exaggerated in order to protect the employer’s unemployment claims record.
Our experience with the investigation and proof of unemployment compensation claims and appeals can help you collect the resources you need while you work toward resuming your career. We can also advise and represent you if our investigation uncovers evidence of discrimination or retaliation on the part of your former employer.
To learn more about the benefits of working with an experienced Pennsylvania unemployment compensation attorney, contact the Law Offices of Thomas W. Moore III in Philadelphia or Upper Darby for a free telephone consultation.