NC Unemployment Appeal Help

NC unemployment appeal help is supposed to be an attorney if you are being charged for representation .. and the rep that I refer people to does charge for this help, but as should be apparent, I think the benefits greatly outweighs the cost .. if it is affordable.

However, NC makes an exception to the attorney requirement when the person representing you is able to provide a supervisory letter from a licensed North Carolina attorney. (There are few attorney that will ever label themselves as an unemployment attorneys and there aren't many wanting to do unemployment hearings).

The hearing rep I'm referring you to here has that required letter and can represent you at your NC unemployment appeal hearing as long as it is a phone hearing or when permission is given for them to participate in and in-person hearing by telephone.

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NC Unemployment Benefits - Request Appeal Representation

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First Name*
Last Name*
E-Mail Address*
Home Phone*
Cell Phone
Were you denied benefits after you spoke with a representative from the unemployment dept? *
Did you fax or send a written response to unemployment after they advised you were disqualified; if so, did you send any documents with your response? *
Were you denied benefits due to a letter sent to you stating you were disqulified; and if so, what were the reasons stated for the denial?*
Which unemployment statutes were cited in the determination of benefits, you received from the unemployment dept.?*
What date is on the letter advising of when the right to appeal will expire? *
Are you in receipt of documents from your employer previously sent to unemployment that you can scan in and send in a PDF format?*
If you have filed an appeal already, have you received notification of a scheduled hearing yet?*
If you were the employer, how would you rate their chances of prevailing against you in an unemployment hearing on a scale of 1-10 (10) being the highest.*
Describe exactly what conduct you did that you feel most drastically will hurt your chance to win your appeal? *
Has Your Former Employer Appealed?*
If you have any information you believe is important, but you were not able to provide while answering the questions above .. please use this field to do so now.*

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