Stockton Unemployment Insurance Appeal Hearings

In California, if unemployment benefits are denied to a worker that has been terminated, laid off, or a worker that has voluntarily quit, that worker has the right to appeal the decision. An employer may also appeal benefits that have been approved. Stockton unemployment insurance appeal hearings are heard by an administrative law judge in an administrative law courtroom.

Stockton Unemployment Insurance Appeal Hearings For Employers

If a former employee has been approved for unemployment benefits, you have the right to appeal the decision. Depending on the circumstances, there may be several issues to raise on appeal that would disqualify the employee from receiving further benefits. Our unemployment insurance appeal hearing attorneys will work with you to determine what issues you can raise on appeal and can also represent you at the appeal hearing.

Stockton Unemployment Insurance Appeal Hearings For Employees

If you have been denied unemployment benefits, you have the right to appeal the decision. You must timely and correctly complete the request for appeal. To be successful in appealing an unemployment benefits denial, you must present evidence that you are entitled to unemployment benefits. There are several factors that the court will consider when making a decision on appeal.

If you already began receiving benefits before you were denied, it is important that you appeal the decision if you believe that you may be entitled. If you do not appeal the decision or the appeal is not successful, you will be responsible for paying back any benefits that you have received. It is in your best interests to contact an attorney to guide you through the process and represent you at the appeal hearing.

Our Stockton Unemployment Insurance Appeal Hearings Attorneys

Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin is a law firm consisting of premier employment law defense lawyers. We are known for our attention to detail, thorough trial preparation, strong negotiation skills, and proven track record of results in the courtroom. Let us put our experience to work for you. For representation related Stockton unemployment insurance appeal hearings, contact the employment law attorneys at Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin at (209) 522-2211.