If your unemployment claim was denied, here are your options

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

David Barron was quoted in Fortune discussing what people should do if their unemployment claim is denied. Knowing why your claim was blocked is the first step to fighting a denied claim, says David. Every state is different, but if it’s a simple reason for being denied, like missing information, it probably makes sense to simply refile, David says. “Some [people] chose to refile rather than go through the appeals process sometimes refiling is faster and works better,” he said.

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