If you have been fired from your job in the York County area and you have been denied unemployment benefits, we will fight for you. With our experience in working with unemployment claims, we know how to get you what is rightfully yours.
Even if you quit your job, you may be entitled to unemployment benefits. If you quit because you were being harassed, or the conditions at your workplace were hostile, it is possible that you can collect unemployment benefits.
If you believe that you were terminated unfairly, and your employer is refusing to agree to unemployment compensation, you can ask for a hearing when your benefits are denied.
If you quit your job because of a hostile work environment, bring any documentation with you to your first meeting with our law firm. We will go through your paperwork with you and determine whether you have a viable unemployment claim or not.
Being fired from a job does not always mean you instantly qualify for unemployment benefits. Sometimes you may have to prove that you were not properly trained, that you were not given any guidance, and that you did your best with the training you were given.
If you don’t have your employee file, request a copy from your former employer to bring with you to your initial consultation. Your employee file is an invaluable resource when it comes to filing an unemployment claim.
When you want to fight for unemployment benefits and you live in York County and the surrounding area, The Hobbs Law Firm is waiting for your call. We will go over your case with you step by step, and discuss with you what your options are. When you need experience in unemployment law, we are ready to meet with you.