Has your unemployment been denied?
You lost the job you and your family depended on — by no fault of your own. You counted on unemployment compensation to bridge the gap between one job and the next. However, your employer blocked it. Unless you were terminated for misconduct, your former employer has no right to deny your unemployment compensation. Partner with the attorneys of Mooney Law to fight for the unemployment compensation you deserve. Under the umbrella of unemployment law, we have handled cases that include:
- Unemployment application
- Unemployment denial appeals
- Unemployment hearing
Without representation from an employment law attorney, most people often fail when fighting for unemployment compensation. The employer has the upper hand in employment compensation cases — they will be more prepared than you will be if you act alone. If you are considering filing a claim, remember: you only have 15 days after termination to file. Once the appeal is filed, you should contact the unemployment specialists of Mooney Law to fight for your benefits. We have experience fighting for a variety of employees from all fields of employment. The compassionate attorneys of Mooney Law know the questions to ask both you and your former employer to prove denial of your unemployment compensation broke the law. Furthermore, we have experience successfully bringing unemployment denial cases to trial. Contact us for a consultation today.