We can challenge that denial if you believe you can demonstrate that you did nothing wrong or that your employer is using minor things you did as an excuse to deny you unemployment.
Unemployment Appeals in New Jersey
If you recently lost your job and were denied unemployment benefits, look no further than The Rosenblum Law Firm. We will skillfully handle your unemployment appeal and fight to get you every penny of what you deserve.
There is no way around it, our economy is suffering tremendously. It is no secret that the unemployment rate has been at an all-time high.
If you recently filed for unemployment benefits and were told that you do not qualify or are ineligible, do not lose hope; the battle has just begun!
Strategies They Use Against You
Many employers are fighting ever-vigilantly to prevent their employees from receiving unemployment benefits.
Some companies take the view that all they need to do to save money is muddy the waters just enough that they prevent you from being able to say you were fired without cause.
Others try to get you to resign through an ultimatum. More often than one might expect, an employer will tell an employee that he will be fired unless he resigns.
Since no employee wants to have the stigma associated with being fired, they usually give in and resign.
However, what they fail to realize is that by resigning, they are preventing themselves from obtaining unemployment benefits!
What You Can Do To Collect Your Unemployment Benefits
Think about it: if your employer threatens to fire you unless you resign, your resignation or termination is not truly voluntary.
Remember, if your resignation or termination is not truly voluntary, you are still eligible for unemployment benefits.
Whenever you find yourself in this situation, it is crucial that you contact an experienced attorney who has dealt with this tactic before.
Companies all across America realize that their past employees will not bother to hire a lawyer because they think it will cost too much money or waste their time.
However, that is precisely how these companies get away with not having to pay out unemployment benefits in the first place!
Why Should I Hire an Attorney?
Believe it or not, it is rather inexpensive to hire an attorney to handle your unemployment appeal and it will take much less time than you think.
Moreover, when you do hire an attorney, you will be arming yourself with every weapon the legal system provides you with as well as harnessing all of your legal rights.
An attorney can present your side in the best possible way, expose to the court the games that your employer may be playing, and knows exactly what to do in order to make your case as strong as possible.
Who Should You Contact?
If you were recently fired and denied unemployment benefits, contact Adam H. Rosenblum of The Rosenblum Law Firm. He is a licensed attorney in both New Jersey and New York and has a great deal of experience handling cases similar to yours. He will fight to make sure you receive all of the money that should rightfully be yours. E-mail or call him today at 973-594-6552.