Denied Unemployment Benefits?
If you have been denied unemployment benefits, or if have you been granted benefits but your former employer appealed and now there is a Referee's Hearing scheduled, Experienced Pennsylvania Employment Attorney Nelson D. Berardinelli can represent you at your unemployment hearing for an affordable flat fee. To maximize your chances of obtaining unemployment benefits, it is best if you call the NDB Law Firm before you have an Unemployment Hearing before a Referee. As soon as you receive your “Notice of Hearing,” or your "Notice of Determination," you should obtain legal representation immediately to ensure that your attorney has adequate time to file an appeal within the applicable deadline (or, if you have already filed your appeal and received your Notice of Hearing, then to ensure that Attorney Berardinelli has adequate time to prepare for your hearing).
The NDB Law Firm charges a reasonable flat fee for representation at Unemployment Referee Hearings. You will generally be charged a one-time, upfront flat fee for representation at your Unemployment Referee Hearing (credit card payments are accepted).
If you have received a Notice of Determination which states that you have been denied benefits, or if you have received a Notice of Hearing, then it is imperative that you call the NDB Law Firm as soon as possible in order to maximize your chance of obtaining unemployment compensation benefits. Please note that if you wait too long before obtaining legal representation (and you have not filed a proper appeal on your own by the applicable deadline), the appeal period may expire, in which case there would likely be nothing the NDB Law Firm (or any other law firm) can do for you.