The Longo Firm P.A.

12555 Orange Drive
Suite 233
Davie, FL 33330

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(954) 546-7608

The Longo Firm P.A.

Unemployment Compensation Appeals/ IssuesAre you facing an Unemployment Compensation Appeal or Issue in Davie, FL? Are you unsure if you qualify for unemployment benefits, or how much you’re eligible to receive? 

Unemployment Appeals, Insurance, And Fraud

Our attorneys have years of experience handling Unemployment Compensation Appeal cases. We will work diligently to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the benefits you are entitled to. Our attorneys can help you understand your rights and options, and we will fight for you to receive the benefits you deserve.

We are also skilled in Unemployment Insurance Law and can help you with your claim. Whether you need assistance with filing your initial claim, appealing a denial, or navigating a fraud investigation, we know what to do. Years of experience allow us to help you understand your options and provide you with the guidance you need to make informed decisions about your case.

And if you have been accused of Unemployment Fraud, we have skilled Unemployment Fraud Lawyers to protect your rights. Our attorneys have extensive experience defending clients against fraud allegations and can help you navigate the legal process. We will work tirelessly to protect your rights and ensure that you receive a fair hearing.

Qualifying for Unemployment Benefits in Florida

To qualify for Florida unemployment benefits, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must have lost your job through no fault of your own. You won’t qualify if you quit for personal reasons or were terminated for malicious misconduct. Poor job performance does not disqualify you.
  • You must be totally or partially unemployed. Partially unemployed means your hours were reduced or you’re a part-time worker who can’t find additional work.
  • You must have earned at least $3,400 before taxes in what is called the “base period,” which is the first four complete quarters beginning 18 months prior to your claim.
  • You must be able to work, available to work, and actively seeking work. This includes being able to get to a job and have child care if necessary.

Unemployment Compensation Appeal Process

At The Longo Firm P.A., we can help you navigate the appeals process and represent you at hearings. We have a deep understanding of the laws and regulations governing Unemployment Compensation, including eligibility requirements, filing procedures, and benefit amounts. Our attorneys can guide you through the appeals process, from filing your initial appeal to representing you at the hearing.

Contact Us Today

Don’t wait until you hit an obstacle pursuing unemployment claims by yourself to seek the aid of an attorney. Reach out today, as beginning the process as quickly as possible after termination is key to success.

If you are facing an Unemployment Compensation Appeal or Issue, contact us today for a consultation at (954) 546-7608 or visit our office at 12555 Orange Drive, Suite 233, Davie, FL 33330. We can help you understand yourir ghts and options and provide you with the guidance you need to successfully pursue your case. At The Longo Firm P.A., we are committed to ensuring that the law is upheld and the rights of our clients are protected.

Micah Longo, Esq.

Call Now For A Personalized Consultation
(954) 546-7608