Davison Legal Associates
Have you been accused of fraud or misrepresentation in the receipt of unemployment compensation? When an individual is accused of providing false information in order to obtain unemployment compensation, this is considered fraud if done willfully. The state will investigate allegations and can pursue charges in criminal court. Our attorneys will aggressively defend you against these charges.
Have you applied for unemployment, but were denied? Not sure what to do now? Discussing your case with our experienced attorneys is a productive strategy for many people in your position. Our attorneys can help you face challenges of the “system” and maximize chances of getting you the unemployment insurance benefits that you are entitled to.
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