Our firm provides legal services by an aggressive Sacrament unemployment lawyer. At the Law Office of Cyrus Mor, we represent employees in the EDD unemployment benefits appeals process.
If you have been of feel as though you will be denied unemployment insurance benefits, contact us today for a free phone consultation .
Sacramento, California is home to nearly half a million people. A large percentage of this population is unemployed and many of those who seek unemployment benefits will unfortunately be denied. As if losing your job was not difficult enough, thousands will then also be denied the right to collect unemployment insurance when they need it the most.
It’s a difficult process that our firm all too familiar with. The good news is that the appeals process is completely different than your application experience with the EDD. We often have people telling our Sacrament unemployment attorney about their experience dealing with the EDD phone interviewer. You should know that the EDD appeals process is governed by the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (CUIAB), not the EDD.
The CUIAB will actually provide you with an actual hearing to meet with a judge in person to explain the facts of your separation from work. The hearing is not an accusatory hearing against you. Rather, it is a unique opportunity for you to have a neutral state Administrative Law Judge listen to your side of the story.
Many of you tell us about how your recollection of the events that transpired completely differs from what your employer told the EDD phone interviewer. That’s why its obviously beneficial for you to consult with our unemployment lawyer in Sacramento to get help with beginning the process of your appeal.
It does take about a moth to receive a hearing once the EDD receives your request for an appeal. During this time, you should make preparations to speak with us about your case. You likely have documents that you might want to present to the judge at your hearing. We will work with you to help you understand what is important and what is not important to bring to your hearting. Often times less is more when it comes to unemployment appeal hearings in California.
Unemployment denials are never fun and you are probably upset that you are even in this situation to begin with. Don’t fear, our attorney will make you feel comfortable with the process. We will tell you everything you need to know about unemployment appeals. Your questions will not go unanswered as we make ourselves available to you around the clock to ensure your maximum comfort with the process.
Don’t make the mistake of waiting too long to contact us as time can play a critical role in helping you achieving the results that you deserve. Your appeal form must be filed within 30 days of the date listed on your EDD notice of determination. If more than 30 days have passed you will need to show good cause for filing late.
Contact our firm today to receive additional information about your potential about and how we can help you recover your benefits.