Denial of Unemployment Benefits Lawyer in Oregon
Who I am and what I do for my Clients:
My name is Ryan Hamilton and I am an unemployment benefits attorney in Sherwood, Oregon.
What I do is simple:
I help people keep their unemployment benefits and win their telephone hearings.
Notice of Denial of Unemployment Benefits:
You have lost your job and were forced to apply for unemployment benefits. You have received a few weekly checks, are passionately looking for work, and find a letter from the Employment Department in your mailbox.
The letter states something like: An investigation by the department has concluded that you were terminated by your work for misconduct, or that you voluntarily left without good cause and your benefits have been terminated. If you wish to contest the decision, you can do so via a telephone hearing. You sign up for a telephone hearing and receive your date and time for the hearing.
How to Keep your Oregon Unemployment Benefits:
The scheduled telephone hearing is your one opportunity to provide a judge with evidence and testimony as to why you should retain your unemployment benefits. If you lose this hearing, you have the option to appeal, but the odds of being allowed to introduce new evidence on an appeal are slim to none. You need to do this right the first time.
Your best first step is to schedule a telephone consultation and discuss the specific facts of your case.
Doing the Unemployment Hearing Alone:
Calling in and doing the hearing by yourself is an option, however it is not a wise option. You may have a strong set of facts, but this hearing is your only opportunity to introduce those facts and help the judge understand your position. If you don't convince the judge, not only do you risk losing your unemployment benefits, you might have to pay back everything you've already collected.
15922 SW 2nd St., Sherwood, OR 97140 | (503) 655-7199 Office | (503) 655-7169 Fax | Email: Oregon Unemployment Lawyer
Oregon Unemployment Lawyer is a part of Sherwood Family Law