Filing for Unemployment – Tips From an Oklahoma Unemployment Attorney
How To Get Your Unemployment If Your Employer Changed Your Contract in Oklahoma.
If your employer changes your contact you have rights to unemployment benefits. If your employer decides to fight these claims, it is wise to have an experienced unemployment attorney fight your case. The Oklahoma Unemployment Expert has helped many clients win situations like this. Read more »
Why You Should Hire an Attorney if You Lose Your Unemployment Appeal in Oklahoma
If you lose your unemployment appeal, you should hire a qualified unemployment attorney. Why? Because you have nothing to lose. Also, unemployment attorneys have done this time after time again. It would be in your best interest to contact the best - Earl Lawson, the Oklahoma Unemployment Expert. Read more »
Obtaining Unemployment If You Were Fired Over Medical Leave in Oklahoma
A lot of employers will fire you in Oklahoma for missing too many days due to medical leave. If this happens, it is crucial to contact the Oklahoma Unemployment Expert, so he can protect your unemployment benefits. Read more »
Can an Employer Take Your Unemployment Away AFTER Qualifying For Benefits?
Our client was already granted benefits and then she got a letter in the mail stating her previous company was deciding to fight it. Thankfully, she called the Oklahoma Unemployment Expert and we were able to secure her benefits. Read more »
Can You Still Get Benefits in Oklahoma Even With Multiple False Write-Ups?
Our client was terminated for misconduct at the work place. The employer stated that due to write ups, him calling in, and all around misconduct, they terminated our client. So the claimant, which is our client, said that there was no misconduct. Well, he did not get his benefits. He was denied. He contacted our office and Mr. Lawson, which is the attorney for Oklahoma Unemployment Experts and we fought for him and were able to get his benefits for him. Read more »
If You Are Fired Due to False Allegations You Can Qualify For Unemployment in Oklahoma.
There were false accusations against our client about something that happened outside of work and an employee decided to take it inside the work to HR, which should've never happened. There was also lying on behalf of the employer's part when it came down to firing our client. This client deserved his benefits. He was wrongfully terminated on so many levels. So the Oklahoma Unemployment Expert decided to fight for him. Read more »
Do Not Sign A Contract Without Reading It!
A prospective client was forced to sign a termination contract. By signing this contract, she gave away all of her rights to her unemployment benefits. It is crucial to never sign a termination contract without contacting the Oklahoma Unemployment Expert. Read more »
How Does Oklahoma Unemployment Law Define Misconduct?
An employer may discharge you for misconduct for only 8 different types of actions under Oklahoma law. Misconduct findings prohibit benefits. If you have questions or concerns, bring your case to an experience Oklahoma benefits attorney. Read more »
What Does ‘Just Cause’ Mean in Oklahoma Unemployment Law?
Just cause means the same thing as “good cause.” Both terms refer to having a good reason for doing something. Just cause as it relates to Oklahoma unemployment law refers to having a good reason — one that will not preclude benefits — for quitting a job. Having Just Cause to Quit May Allow You […] Read more »
Can I Collect Oklahoma Unemployment if I Quit Due to Unsafe Work Conditions?
Unsafe work conditions provide good cause for quitting a job. But you must apprise the employer of the conditions and provide enough time to fix them. Contact a benefits expert with your questions. Read more »