Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., is an experienced attorney in the field of unemployment benefits. Maryland’s unemployment benefits program provides up to 26 weeks of weekly payments, called “unemployment benefits,” to eligible workers laid off and let go.
Mr. Mosson has represented people who have yet to file, through hearings before an administrative officer, to appeals to the Board of Appeals of the Unemployment Benefits Division of Maryland’s Dept. of Labor, and also in legal consultations (behind the scenes) to help people prepare and navigate the system.
Many people can file for unemployment benefits without counsel. Mr. Mosson does engage in one-time legal consultations at a flat fee rate to help people prepare, file, gather evidence, and appeal.
If denied unemployment benefits, legal representation can help. Mr. Mosson has the years of experience in the field. For more about unemployment benefits representation, contact Mosson Law.
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