Contest An Unemployment Compensation Claim With Our Help
There are many cases in which a fired employee may still collect unemployment benefits, even outside those related to financial cutbacks. If approved, the former employee’s unemployment benefits can affect your future tax rates. Fortunately, the claims can be contested and attorneys well-versed in unemployment compensation can help.
At The Law Offices of Peter J. Russo, P.C., our lawyers have extensive backgrounds in employment law and other related legal areas. We offer throughout South Central Pennsylvania.
You May Have Grounds To Challenge A Claim
There are many ways to challenge unemployment compensation claims. You may have grounds to challenge a claim for the following reasons:
- They regularly broke company conduct policies such as those related to discrimination, the release of sensitive company information, workplace intoxication or others.
- Their outside conduct reflected poorly on the employer and company reputation.
- There was a habit of poor performance, including numerous absences and tardiness.
- The former employee had poor relations with coworkers, and this created a rift in company culture.
Still unsure if your company has grounds to challenge the claim? Our employment law team is standing by and will happily assist you with your employment law needs.
Start The Legal Process Today
Do not contest these matters alone. We deliver accessible and affordable services. Call 888-743-4470 or 717-610-4399 for more information. You can also arrange a confidential consultation by sending us this email.
As an employer, unemployment benefits can severely affect your tax rates. You may have grounds to challenge a compensation claim. Find out more.