Birmingham, AL:

(205) 969-6235

Fort Payne, AL:

(256) 638-3323

Unemployment Appeals

Alabama is at "at-will" employment state, meaning employees can usually be let go from a job without a particular reason.  When employees apply for unemployment benefits, employers sometimes misrepresent the truth about why the employee was let go so that the employee won't be able to draw unemployment compensation.  If you were let go from a job through no fault of your own and have been denied unemployment benefits, contact us.  We have a proven track record of getting clients the unemployment benefits they deserve. 

**Note:  Abbey is available for unemployment benefits consultations and under specific circumstances, may agree to represent you in your unemployment benefits appeal.  There is a fee for these services.  If, however, you have lost your job and are over the age of 50 or suffer from serious medical conditions that limit your ability to function, you might be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits.  Call our office today for more information.

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Birmingham, AL
(205) 969-6235
Fort Payne, Alabama
(256) 638-3323