Robinson Unemployment Attorney

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Robinson Unemployment Attorney

A Robinson unemployment attorney reviews the circumstances around your denial for UC benefits and offers legal options. Some situations prompt immediate denial from benefits. However, a good lawyer with the right information and legal understanding may be able to reverse the decision.

Contact a lawyer because a lawyer knows your legal solution.

Call Pittsburgh at

(412) 626-5626

Call Philadelphia at
(215) 618-9185
Email KM&A at

Two Common Reasons for Benefits Denial

The main reason for UC benefit denial rests with two types of activities. Although other situations might result in denial, these two labels are equivalent with denial of unemployment compensation. If you suspect mislabeling, consult an unemployment lawyer because a lawyer may recognize evidence for your eligibility.

Willful Misconduct

Willful misconduct represents when an employee ignores or acts in such a way that is in direct conflict with the employer’s goals. The category of willful misconduct results in immediate denial of UC benefits. In such cases, the employer receives the burden of proving that the employee acted in willful misconduct. A lawyer may be able to create a defense that reverses the decision in your favor.

Voluntary Quit

Voluntary quit means an employee chose to end employment with the employer, resulting in immediate denial of UC benefits. However, if an employee thinks he or she deserves unemployment compensation, the responsibility of proving a “necessitous and compelling” reason forced the quit falls to the employee. Alongside this evidence, the employee must show that he or she tried to explore solutions rather than just quitting. Once again, a lawyer adds credibility to your appeal and offers legal insight to the law’s support of your evidence.

Contact KM&A today for a complimentary consultation with an attorneyx

Five Reasons To Hire A Robinson Unemployment Attorney

A Robinson unemployment attorney advocates for your case with a mixture of legal understanding, professional credibility, and negotiation skills. While your lawyer builds your defense, you can seek new employment. Best of all, the lawyer’s preparation means a clean and legal worthy case on the day of the hearing.

1. You were wrongfully fired or forced to quit.

A Robinson unemployment attorney reviews the facts leading up to your denial and determines the legal options available. Reversing a denial is difficult. But, a lawyer knows how to make a legally sound case.

2. Your employer has violated your legal rights.

A Robinson unemployment attorney spots employee rights violations while representing your UC benefits appeal. A lawyer knows exactly how to leverage this information to benefit you. Choose a lawyer with experience and legal understanding.

3. UC benefits were wrongly denied.

A Robinson unemployment attorney reviews your employment relationship and history and decides whether or not your benefits were wrongfully denied. A reversal of the denial occurs when a lawyer discovers evidence with the support of laws that favor your receipt of benefits.

4. The hearing process is routine to an unemployment attorney.

A Robinson unemployment attorney exercises familiarity with the legal system. This understanding of the intricacies of the system improves your chances of receiving UC benefits. Better yet, a lawyer knows exactly what should and should not be said to support your case.

5. An unemployment lawyer knows the law.

A Robinson unemployment attorney uses the law to argue for your UC benefits. The final decision for UC benefits narrows down to the law. No evidence can be added, and the appeal must be settled based on historical legislative rulings and unemployment law.

If you have not received your unemployment compensation due to wrongful termination or another reason, contact a Robinson unemployment lawyer.

Don’t hesitate; talk to a Robinson unemployment attorney: (412) 626-5626 or

KM&A is a law firm serving all of Pennsylvania with our principal offices in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Call KM&A in western Pennsylvania at 412-626-5626 or in eastern Pennsylvania at 215-618-9185. KM&A can be reached by email at


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