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Types of Cases

Job Separation Cases

Laid off

If you were laid off, you are typically entitled to receive unemployment insurance benefits. We can help you get the benefits you’ve earned.


If your employer fired you, in most cases you are entitled to unemployment insurance benefits unless your employer can show that you were fired for misconduct.


Even if you quit, you may have quit for a reason that counts as “good cause” that will allow you to collect unemployment insurance benefits.

Overpayment Cases

Does the Employment Security Department claim that you received an overpayment? You have options. We can help you understand how to fight the Department when they claim you received an overpayment.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

There are a number of steps you need to take when you apply for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and you may need to provide additional documentation even after you received your benefits. Contact us if you need help with this process.

Able, Available, and Work Search Cases

In order to continue receiving benefits, you may need to demonstrate that you are able to work, available for work, and that you are actively looking for work. We can help you navigate this process.

Filing Appeals

Did you receive an unfavorable ruling from an Administrative Law Judge? We can help you file a “Petition for Review” with the Commissioner’s Review Office.