Unemployment Claim Attorneys in Maryland
Seek Unemployment Benefits with Our Help
Whether you were fired or laid off from your job, you may expect to receive unemployment benefits. However, these benefits are not a guarantee. You must qualify and apply for them to receive compensation while unemployed.
If you need help filing an unemployment claim in Maryland, turn to the attorneys at the Law Office of Andrew M. Dansicker, LLC. We offer client-focused and results-driven representation to people seeking much-needed unemployment benefits.
How Do I File For Unemployment In MD?
Have you recently been injured and unemployed because of inability to work? There are options to get compensation! In order to be considered for eligibility, you must fill out a claim as soon as possible. You can file online or through the phone.
You will need access to the following documents:
Your name, Social Security number, address, phone number
Dependents names, birth dates, and their Social Security numbers
Name, payroll address, telephone number, reason for termination of each employer you worked with for the past 18 months
Proof of alien status if you are not a U.S. citizen
If you were in the military within 18 months, your DD214
If you worked for the Federal Government, your Form-50 or SF-8
The attorneys at the Law Office of Andrew M. Daniscker have experience dealing with unemployment. If you have any questions regarding the eligibility process, do not hesitate to contact us today!
How to Obtain Unemployment Benefits
Many people fail to realize that if they resign from their job, they will likely be disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits. Moreover, many people simply assume that they will receive unemployment benefits after being laid off or terminated, so they are shocked when they are denied benefits. If an unemployment applicant is denied benefits and fails to appeal shortly after receiving the written denial, then the applicant will forever lose the right to seek unemployment benefits.
It is precisely at such times that applicants for unemployment should contact an experienced attorney to determine their rights and the best way to proceed so that they can obtain unemployment benefits for six months. Our unemployment claim lawyers in Maryland can determine the most effective way for an unemployment applicant to qualify for benefits without being disqualified.
At the Law Office of Andrew M. Dansicker, LLC, we have extensive experience handling unemployment appeals. Our attorneys have litigated these types of cases in the administrative channels on numerous occasions. Consequently, if you have questions concerning potential unemployment claims and appeals, do not hesitate to reach out to us today.
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