Do You Have a Case? Unemployment Claims
Losing your job can be frustrating and frightening. Trying to recover unemployment benefits can present additional anxiety. If your claim for unemployment benefits has been denied you may be in need of legal assistance to seek a better result. Consider contacting an attorney to assist with your unemployment hearing if one or more of the following is true:
- Were you terminated for a minor infraction of a company rule?
- Were you terminated for an inadvertent mistake?
- Were you terminated due to an inability to perform work due to insufficient skill, ability, or equipment?
- Did you have primarily positive performance reviews prior to being terminated?
- Did you recently receive a merit raise, bonus, or other commendation within recent months prior to your termination?
- Does the reason for your termination truly seem trivial and unrelated to your work performance?
- Did you quit your job because you were a victim of domestic violence?
- Did you quit your job due to your spouse having to relocate due to employment or military obligations?
For a free consultation on your unemployment claim in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina (Greensboro–Winston-Salem—High Point–Burlington and surrounding areas) contact the O’Neal Law Office.
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