Unemployment insurance claims are often denied for reasons such as: failing to make a timely request, quitting voluntarily without good cause, misconduct, overpayment, or making false statements. If you have received notice that your unemployment insurance claim has been denied, you may request an unemployment insurance hearing to contest this denial. At the unemployment insurance hearing, you will have the opportunity to present evidence to support your position as well as answer questions regarding the dates of your employment, your termination, work conditions, and job duties.
As an employer, unemployment claims cost you money. If a former employee is appealing the denial of their claim you need the experienced employment law team at Patterson Moore Butler. The defense of frivolous unemployment denial appeals is part of a sound human resources strategy that will save you money long term and encourage an ethical workforce. The legal team at Patterson Moore Butler has successfully defended numerous unemployment denial appeals and they can help you develop a client focused defense strategy.
If you need advice concerning the unemployment insurance hearing process, contact the legal team at Patterson Moore Butler. They will assist you in gathering all necessary paperwork, physical evidence, and witness testimony, to support your claims. Their vast experience with unemployment hearings means they can anticipate in advance what is necessary to prove your case. If your claim is unfounded and you believe the decision is incorrect, or disagree with the judge’s determination, they will continue to assist you in the appeals process.