Unemployment

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 unemployment benefits.  That is a critical point in time, because if an unemployment applicant is denied benefits and fails to appeal shortly after receiving the written decision denying benefits, 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 will be able obtain a full six months of unemployment benefits.  An experienced attorney can figure out the most effective way for an unemployment applicant to qualify for benefits without being disqualified.   
 
Andrew Dansicker has extensive experience analyzing unemployment claims and handling unemployment appeals, and he has litigated these types of cases in the administrative channels on numerous occasions.  Consequently, if you have questions concerning potential unemployment claims and appeals, contact unemployment lawyer Andrew Dansicker at The Law Office of Andrew M. Dansicker online, or call 410-771-5668.  To reach Mr. Dansicker immediately please fill out the consultation form and he will return your email within 24 hours.