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Tag Archives: Unemployment Compensation

Am I Eligible For Unemployment Benefits If I Quit My Job?

By Ira H. Weinstock |

When an employee voluntarily quits their job, they may still be eligible for Unemployment Compensation (UC). Under the Pennsylvania UC law, if an employee quits their job and applies for UC benefits, it is the employee’s burden to establish that they quit their job for a “necessitous and compelling reason.” A common example is… Read More »

Am I Eligible for Unemployment Benefits If I am Sick or Injured?

By Ira H. Weinstock |

When employees are sick or injured and are required to take a leave of absence from their job, but are not terminated from the their job, the Unemployment Compensation (UC) service center will usually determine the Employee’s eligibility for UC benefits under Section 402(b) and Section 401(d)(1). Those sections of the UC law deal with… Read More »

PENNSYLVANIA UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION: DO I NEED A LAWYER TO ATTEND THE HEARING?

By Ira H. Weinstock |

When an employee is terminated or suspended from his or her employment, the employee has the right to file for benefits under the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation (UC) Act. The employee files an initial application for benefits and fills out a separation from employment questionnaire. The employer is then notified by the Unemployment Service Center… Read More »

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