Employment Development Department Claims

It is not uncommon for an employee to be discharged, or even forced to quit, and be denied EDD (unemployment) benefits. The initial denial is subject to an automatic appeal before an administrative law judge. For the employee, it is important to timely request such an appeal. Having competent and experience counsel in the appeal can make the difference between winning and losing the appeal. GED is proud to have successfully represented many fired employees and secured reversal of early decisions denying unemployment benefits.

Learn more about our employment practice, including representative cases in this area. Contact GED to discuss how we may be of service in your EDD claim matter.