If you have been let go from your job, you may be eligible for unemployment compensation. Even if you have been denied unemployment compensation, you still have the opportunity to appeal the decision and fight for your benefits. Unemployment compensation is a way to help you and your family financially, as you search for a new job. You deserve a chance to get back on your feet, and the attorneys at Goldman Davis Krumholz & Dillon, P.C., can help you with the appeal.


In New Jersey, both the employer and the person seeking unemployment benefits have the right to file an unemployment appeal to the Appeals Tribunal of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The appeal must be filed within a specific period of time set by the DOL. Once the appeal has been filed, a hearing will be scheduled by the DOL. You may have a further right of appeal to the Board of Review and the Appellate Division.

If you have been denied a claim for unemployment, you still have a chance to get the compensation you deserve.

Our law firm will guide you through the entire appeals process. We will make sure you file your appeal on time, with all the necessary information. Our attorneys will be fully prepared to represent you at your hearing and present the evidence in an effective manner to the examiner.

Do Not Lose Hope — Protect Your Rights

Just because you have been denied unemployment compensation the first time, does not mean you can never collect unemployment. Do not lose hope. 

The team at Goldman Davis Krumholz & Dillon, P.C., will protect your right to receive unemployment compensation for getting terminated or laid off from your job. 

You Have Rights…Together We Can Protect Them

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Contact us to learn more about our firm’s abilities to address your legal issues. Our clients are individuals and businesses throughout New Jersey and the metropolitan New York area.