Jason H. Clark, Esquire representing parties in unemployment compensation matters in all 50 states
Welcome to the law office of Jason H. Clark, Esquire.
I provide information to, and represent both claimants and employers in unemployment compensation matters. Because all state unemployment laws arise from a mandate of the federal Social Security Act, there is a large degree of uniformity across the United States in application of the law. I handle cases nationwide.
Practice Limited to Unemployment Compensation
For the last 17 years I have concentrated my law practice exclusively in unemployment and have handled over 5,000 unemployment cases. Whatever the issue in your case may be, I have likely handled the same problem several times over.
Legal Advice and Representation
I am available for legal advice and representation at the claims, appeals hearing, final administrative review and appellate court levels. It is advantageous to retain counsel prior to going to an unemployment hearing or for a written appeal, or even answering questions on the initial claim for benefits.
Some of the ways that I assist unemployment claimants in securing benefits are:
Knowing under what conditions you may quit a job and still receive benefits.
Applying for benefits successfully.
Understanding how the benefit year may affect how much you wil receive.
Representing you at an unemployment hearing or post-hearing appeal.
UnemploymentClaimant.com for assisting employee claimants in cases of unemployment compensation.
Some of the ways I assist companies in reducing unemployment costs include instruction in:
Proper hiring procedures.
Reduction of turnover through proper communication.
Defensive documentation and employee discipline.
Attention to detail upon an employee’s separation.
Preparation for dealings with state unemployment officials.
Representing your company at an unemployment hearing or post-hearing appeal.
An understanding of unemployment taxation principles.
UnemploymentEmployer.com for assisting employers in cases of unemployment compensation.
You may contact me with any questions at
Jason H. Clark, Esquire
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Which state was the claimant/employee performing work in?
- Has the employee been separated from their job yet? If so, what was the last procedure you/your company went through with your state’s unemployment authorities?
- What was the last written communication you received from the unemployment office?