Q: I need a lawyer to represent me for unemployment,and sexual harassment and workplace violence.
I have been complaining to several people at Tops Markets about the work place harassment and the abuse.I was then fired for a excuse to get me out.they agreed in writing to uncontested unemployment then they sent in a damming claim letter.
You need to call some employment lawyers. Initial phone consultations are often no charge. We need specific facts from you. Was the harassment illegal? (i.e. based on race, religion, sex, etc...)
Employers can not decide whether any employee receives unemployment benefits. Only the Department of Labor makes that call. Request a hearing before an ALJ timely and state the reason your employer used to fire you. Not the reason you think they fired you for.
Getting unemployment is much different than pursuing a discrimination charge. But if you lose your unemployment benefits claim how will you prove discrimination? Good luck.
A: You should speak with an employment lawyer. Some employment lawyers, such as my office, provide a free telephone consultation. Unlawful employment discrimination or reprisal often directly relates to an unemployment insurance claim.
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