North Carolina Unemployment Benefits
Employment Security Attorneys
At Thomas Law, we have extensive experience helping former employees obtain unemployment benefits. We also represent employers in certain employment security situations. Because we understand both sides of these cases, we can provide insightful, strategic representation designed to help our clients achieve a positive result.
Whether you were terminated from your employment position or you voluntarily left due to undue work stress, a medical emergency or another matter, you may be entitled to unemployment benefits. Our lawyers can evaluate your situation and help you obtain the benefits you need. We have a proven record of success and are committed to protecting the rights of our clients.
If you have already applied for benefits and have been turned down, do not despair. You have the right to an unemployment appeal. However, you must act within the strict deadlines to preserve this right. Experienced with the appeals process, our firm will prepare thorough yet concise arguments to support your case.
Most likely, your former employer will have an attorney. Our North Carolina unemployment benefits attorneys can help you level the playing field.
Nearly every employer will encounter an unemployment claim dispute at some time. If you choose to contest a former employee's claim for benefits, having an experienced attorney on your side can make a significant difference in the outcome of your situation. We will meet with representatives from your business and build a strong case based on the facts of your case and current employment laws.
Our firm will aggressively advocate for your company's rights, representing you at any hearings and, if appropriate, on appeal.
Targeted legal representation from our Wilson, NC team
To learn more about how we can help you with an unemployment benefits case, call 252-243-3000 or 1-800-418-1449, or contact us online. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you.
Our office is in downtown Wilson, next door to the Edna Boykin Cultural Center and less than a block from the courthouse. Our regular hours are 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday.
Se habla español. Credit cards are accepted.