Lodi, New Jersey
If you have been fired, laid off or forced to resign from your job in New Jersey there is a good chance you are entitled to receive New Jersey unemployment insurance benefits. However, there are many potential reasons why you might be denied benefits. For example, there is a temporary disqualification if the New Jersey Department of Labor ("NJDOL") finds you were fired for misconduct and a total disqualification if it finds you were fired for either severe misconduct or gross misconduct.
Similarly, for employees who had to quit their jobs, there often are questions about whether they quit voluntarily, which would make them ineligible for unemployment insurance benefits under New Jersey law, or were forced to resign for a reason related to their work, which could mean they are entitled to receive those benefits. There also are strict requirements that you must be ready, willing and able to work, and actively looking for a job. These issues often can be complex, making it important to have an experienced unemployment benefits lawyer representing you.
Our employment lawyers can help you with your unemployment benefits claim in New Jersey. For example, we can help you prepare for your unemployment hearing, represent you at your hearing or handle your appeal. We will help maximize the chances that you will receive the unemployment benefits to which you are entitled. Please call us at (973) 744-4000 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced employment law attorneys.Learn More About Your Legal Rights
If you would like to learn more about your legal rights, we recommend you visit read of the following articles on our blog:
- Employees Forced to Resign May Be Eligible For Unemployment Benefits
- New Jersey Makes it Illegal to Discriminate Against Unemployed Job Candidates
- New York City Prohibits Discrimination Against Unemployed Job Candidates
The Borough of Lodi was founded on December 22, 1894. Prior to that, it was part of Lodi Township and Saddle River Township. Its name comes from a city called Lodi, which is located in the Lombardy region of Northern Italy. The Borough of Lodi has a population of 24,136, as calculated during the 2010 census. It is the home of Felician College and is the location for the transmission towers for WABC, a New York radio station. From 1999 to 2007, HBO used a local bar called Satin Dolls as the location for the Bada Bing in the Sopranos television show.Directions to Our Office From Lodi
To reach our office from Lodi you can take Route 46 West to the Garden State Parkway South. Take exit 154 off the Parkway back to Route 46 West. Follow the signs for Valley Road and then follow the signs for the jug handle on your left to turn around on Valley Road toward Upper Montclair. Continue on Valley until you reach Bellevue Avenue. Turn right onto Bellevue and then make a quick left-hand turn onto Upper Montclair Plaza. Our office will be immediately to your right, and our parking lot will be right in front of you.
To schedule a consultation with an employment law expert, please call us at (973) 744-4000. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your unemployment benefits claim.