Unemployment Insurance Appeals
San Diego, California, Unemployment Insurance Appeals Lawyer
Loss of a job often means filing for unemployment insurance benefits to support yourself and your family while you find new work. If you run into any problems establishing your eligibility for unemployment compensation, or if you have questions about the unemployment insurance process, you stand to benefit from the advice of an experienced employment lawyer.
San Diego unemployment appeals attorney Warren Beck has been helping his clients get unemployment compensation since 1981. Contact our Southern California attorney online for a free consultation about your case.
Understanding Unemployment Insurance Appeals
In order to demonstrate your eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits, you need to show the following:
- A certain level of recent work history
- Your ability and willingness to take a new job
- You are unemployed through no fault of your own
The California Employment Development Department (EDD) will give your former employer the chance to oppose your application, and many employees discover for the first time during the unemployment insurance process that they were terminated for cause. This will usually result in initial denial of your claim, but you will have the right to appeal. Attorney Beck will also represent you at the subsequent EDD hearing.
Attorney Warren Beck represents people who have to appeal Notices of Overpayment by the EDD due to allegations of mistake or fraud. If you have received one of these notices, contact our offices so we can set the record straight and defend your rights.
Offering Quality Representation Gained From Experience in the Field
At the unemployment insurance appeals law firm of Warren Paul Beck, Attorney at Law, we not only help unemployed people appeal denials of their benefits applications, but also explore the circumstances of their job loss. In some cases, we can represent your interests at an unemployment insurance appeals hearing and at the same time, prepare a case for wrongful termination damages against your employer, especially where the facts indicate a strong likelihood of discrimination or employer retaliation.
We also represent small employers who have been accused of failure to pay into the unemployment insurance system. Our familiarity with administrative law and hearing procedures for many different state agencies, including the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, can help you resolve the allegations against your business.
Contact Our Southern California Administrative Law Firm
For additional information about your unemployment insurance claim and our ability to help you resolve it on favorable terms, contact us in San Diego County at the law firm of Warren Paul Beck, Attorney at Law.
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