Tampa Bay Florida Unemployment Attorney

Unemployment compensation programs are designed to provide financial aid to those who lost their job at no fault of their own, while they are seeking new employment. In most cases, if an employee quits his or her job, they are not eligible for unemployment benefits. However, if the employee left due to the work environment, then the employee may be entitled to unemployment compensation. Some legitimate reasons for leaving a job that would entitle you to unemployment benefits include harassment, discrimination, and hazardous working conditions. When an employer creates a hostile work environment, they are not only disregarding the law, they are disregarding your rights as an employee. No one should have to be subjected to a hostile or dangerous work environment. If you were forced to leave your job for these reasons, an unemployment attorney at the law office of Richard E. Wolfe, P.A. can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Were you or someone you know denied compensation after losing a job? Contact a Florida Unemployment Attorney at the law office of Richard E. Wolfe, P.A.

Requirements that are usually needed in order to receive compensation after losing a job include:

• Registration with the state unemployment office
• Evidence that the unemployed worker is looking for a job
• The unemployed worker is available for work

• A minimum amount of earnings or a minimum period of time worked over a specific previous time frame

When an employer challenges the claim of a former employee to compensation, than the former employee must go to court in order to dispute his former employer's claim. In this situation, an unemployment attorney may be needed in order to ensure your rights are being represented. Since each state's compensation program is different, only an attorney who specializes in employment law in Florida can give you the legal counsel you need. Our law firm has a vast amount of experience in dealing with such cases, and will aggressively fight for your rights. Do not hesitate to talk to an attorney at the law office of Richard E. Wolfe, P.A. P. A. to discuss your legal rights.

Were you or someone you know denied compensation after losing a job? Contact a Florida Unemployment Attorney at the law office of Richard E. Wolfe, P. A.

 
   
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