In this challenging job market, many people are facing the uncertainty and worry that come with being unemployed. Understanding how the unemployment compensation system works will allow you to maximize your likelihood of receiving unemployment compensation benefits – benefits that you and your family rely on to withstand the financial hardship of unemployment.
Because the rules of evidence apply at unemployment compensation hearings, employees are at a great advantage if they retain an attorney to represent them at their Referee’s hearing. Willig, Williams & Davidson attorneys provide representation to employees at their Referee’s hearing, before the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, and before the appellate courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We also provide guidance and advice to those with questions about applying for unemployment benefits and navigating what is often a complex system.
If you need assistance with your unemployment compensation case, Willig, Williams & Davidson is here to help. Please contact one of our unemployment compensation attorneys to discuss your case.