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For more than 30 years, the attorneys at Trinity Law have helped residents in Lancaster and York counties receive unemployment compensation benefits. We’re here to walk you through the difficult days, weeks, and months after unexpectedly losing your job.
With offices throughout central PA, our team of lawyers are ready to help. Contact us to schedule an initial consultation.
With the FFCRA have come many questions about its implementation – implementation which goes into effect now and will affect scores of employees. I have already fielded many calls from employers, and while there is much to know about the FFCRA, with additional regulations anticipated soon, I want to address some pressing, initial issues here.
The attorneys at Trinity Law can help you with your unemployment claim, or with responding to unemployement questionnaires.
Many times, people will not think about their private, short-term or long-term disability plan until after something happens to them. Only then, do they find out whether the plan they’ve been paying for all those years is any good or not. Disability Benefits The first thing a person who is applying for short-term or long-term […]
Speak to an experienced unemployment compensation attorney before your hearing, and give yourself the best chance of success.
Many employers require departing employees to sign a severance agreement. In order to protect yourself, it is wise to have an attorney review any documents before you sign, since some employers may seek to keep you from applying for unemployment benefits or obtaining new employment in the geographic area or industry.
Fault overpayment of unemployment compensation benefits generally involves intentional deception on the part of the recipient. Department of Labor can seek repayment for a period of 10 years, and seeking legal counsel may assist in an appeal.