July 19, 2019

FH+H Client Receives Unemployment Benefits After Initially Being Denied

FH+H represented a Maryland employee who, after being let go from his job, applied for unemployment benefits and was denied. Our attorneys assisted the client in filing for and receiving benefits.

In representing the employee before the Maryland Division of Labor Licensing and Regulation Unemployment Division (DLLR), FH+H attorneys Jacqueline Mitchell-Koromah and Milton Johns helped the employee receive a finding that he was not terminated because of gross misconduct.

This verdict enables him to receive backpay starting from the date he initially applied for unemployment benefits. The client initially applied for benefits on his own behalf and was denied. This victory occurred at the appellate level, after FH+H was retained as legal counsel. 

FH+H is proud of its capability to assist clients in vindicating their rights in a variety of jurisdictions, including Maryland state tribunals.

Read more about our Employment Law practice here.

 

NOTE: CASE RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF UNIQUE FACTORS AND DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT SIMILAR RESULTS FOR FUTURE CASES.

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