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Unemployment Benefits Denials

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October 31, 2014 by Law Office of Cyrus Mor

A common basis for unemployment benefits denials in California is based on Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256.  Under this section, you can be denied unemployment if it is found that you either quit your most recent employment without good cause or were terminated for misconduct connected with your most recent work.

There are a ton if issues that come into play when dealing with the sensitive issue of separation. How and why your employment ended is the crux component of the matter and the facts surrounding this issue will determine whether your claim will be approve or denied by the EDD.  Just remember, if you have good facts, by filing an appeal, you can remove your entire case from the EDD and appear at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.

Contact our unemployment lawyer at the Law Office of Cyrus Mor, APC to receive helpful advice about your unemployment matter today.

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