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Auburn Unemployment Benefits Lawyer

In today's economy, it can be a struggle to find a job if you were laid off and are unemployed for an extended period. That is why unemployment benefits are essential. Unemployment benefits are a crucial lifeline to help financially struggling individuals and families make ends meet.

If your application for unemployment benefits is denied, the results can be devastating. A lawyer can be essential to helping you achieve success. People across the North Bay have turned to me, Michael Thomas Lynch, Attorney at Law, for assistance.

Placer County Unemployment Appeal Lawyer

According to the California Employment Development Department, you must satisfy several requirements for obtaining unemployment benefits. Those include:

  • Being physically able to work
  • Being willing to work
  • Actively looking for work

  • Being unemployed through no fault of your own

If the EDD approves your application, you can receive between $40 and $450 a week for up to 26 weeks. If the state denies your application, however, you risk falling behind on your bills and other expenses. If you need an unemployment benefits attorney in Auburn, California, I can help you through the appeal process in hopes of getting your benefits approved or reinstated. Whether it is a paperwork error or the state believes you do not meet the criteria, I have the experience to help. I know what is at stake for you and your family.

Contact Michael Thomas Lynch, Attorney At Law

If the government denied your application for unemployment benefits, my office, Michael Thomas Lynch, Attorney at Law, can help you. Contact the office in Auburn, California, at 530-886-4006 to schedule a free initial consultation. Translation services are available.

Michael Thomas Lynch, Attorney at Law, serves clients in Auburn, Sacramento, Placer County and surrounding areas.


Michael Thomas Lynch, Attorney at Law
1223 High Street
Suite B6 
Auburn, CA 95603
Phone: 530-886-4006
Fax: 530-886-2829
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