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Philadelphia Unemployment Compensation Lawyer, Attorney, or Consultant…
Economic situations are rarely predicable with any degree of certainty. Changing markets and changing conditions often force employers to downsize their staff. Philadelphia employees terminated under these circumstances, and at no fault of their own, are often entitled to unemployment compensation benefits.
However, not all employment relationships end because of market conditions. Some employees are terminated due to acts of misconduct and some quit voluntarily. Such employees may still be eligible for unemployment compensation benefits. However, obtaining or blocking these benefits may require the services of a lawyer or trained professional.
Former Philadelphia employers and employees would be well-advised in speaking with an experienced Philadelphia unemployment compensation lawyer or unemployment compensation consultant before entering into their contested hearing.
Employers Facing a Philadelphia Unemployment Compensation Dispute…
As a Philadelphia employer, you are taxed when a former employee receives unemployment compensation benefits. This tax rate increases with each former employee who becomes entitled for unemployment compensation benefits.
It does not take long for this tax to affect your profitability and sustainability.
With this in mind: it is now important, more than ever, to use a skilled Philadelphia unemployment compensation lawyer or consultant when faced with a contested hearing. Such a legally trained individual will help navigate your business through this process and will present your side of the story in a meaningful and compelling light that is also consistent with current case law.
Using a Philadelphia unemployment compensation lawyer in your hearing may be the determining factor in whether your business must pay benefits.
Employees Facing a Philadelphia Unemployment Compensation Dispute…
As a former employee, you may have been discharged for reasons beyond your control, you may have quit for personal reasons, or you may have just made a mistake. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your unemployment, you may be entitled to benefits.
If you have been denied benefits, you are entitled to an appeal. This appeal will be heard in front of a referee in an unemployment compensation hearing. At this hearing, you will be entitled to demonstrate why you are entitled to benefits.
If you are unfamiliar with this process, showing up by yourself may be an overwhelming experience. Making your case alone isn’t easy. This is why you are encouraged to discuss your case with a seasoned Philadelphia unemployment compensation lawyer who may be able to guide you through this process- often with favorable results.
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