NJ Unemployment Appeal | Filing An Appeal

Were you recently denied unemployment benefits?  Did you receive a notice that you are required to repay your unemployment benefits in New Jersey?  If so, you have the right to file an appeal of the decision made by the claims examiner.  You will have 7 days from the receipt of determination or 10 days from the date of the mailing to file your appeal.

You should consider hiring an attorney to assist with you with filing of your NJ Unemployment Appeal.  The attorney will be able to review the applicable regulation, submit documentation to the examiner, ask questions during the examination, cross-examine your former employer regarding the reasons behind the termination, and focus on the specific issues that will assist you in receiving you unemployment benefits.

Our lawyers will schedule a meeting with you to prepare you for the hearing and attend the hearing with you so that we can focus on those issues that will allow you to maximize your unemployment compensation.

Please contact us if you require assistance with your NJ Unemployment Appeal at 973-920-7888.

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