is very important that you have a skilled attorney represent you at
your contested unemployment compensation hearing. A good lawyer will
prepare you, will develop the hearing strategy, will be present to
challenge the employer’s witnesses, will guide the questioning in
support of your claim, and will make the legal and factual arguments to
the Unemployment Compensation Referee who will make the crucial
benefits may be your life-line for months to come in an uncertain
economy. You NEED the benefits to which you are entitled. You
certainly don't want to be left footing the bill for a "fault
overpayment" or even made responsible to pay back a "non-fault
overpayment" of benefits you have already received. You need a
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I quit or left my job voluntarily, but for a very good reason. Can I collect unemployment?
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My unemployment claim is being contested by the employer. What can I do?
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