Unemployment Law Group can help you collect benefits if:
• You were not discharged for deliberate misconduct;
• You did not intentionally violate the employer's consistently enforced rule or policy;
• You had urgent, necessitous or compelling reasons to quit; or if
• You quit because your employer gave you good cause to do so.
You should call the Unemployment Law Group if you have been denied unemployment benefits or if your employer is trying to stop you from collecting. For a flat fee, an experienced attorney will meet with you, prepare you for the hearing, and represent you at the hearing before the Department of Unemployment Assistance (MA) or the Department of Employment Security (NH).
We also handle appeals to the Board of Review and District Court, and appeals on overpayment determinations.