You may still be entitled to unemployment benefits, even if you quit. Many people lose or quit their jobs for various different reasons.
If you quit your job, ask yourself the following: If someone else was in my shoes, would they feel compelled to quit too? If you answered yes, there’s a good chance you may still be entitled to unemployment benefits.
If you were terminated from your job, you may be entitled to benefits even if you think you aren’t. Ask yourself the following: Did I do (or not do) something that I knew, without a doubt, would likely result in my being fired? If you answered no, there’s a good chance you’re still entitled to benefits.
You have the right to have an attorney represent you at your hearing for unemployment benefits. Having an advocate to represent you at your hearing can help make all the difference in getting your unemployment benefits.
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