Friday, February 27, 2009

PA Workers to receive boost in Unemployment Compensation

Pennsylvania workers will be receiving a $25 boost in their Unemployment Compensation soon. According to today's article in The Mercury, the State Department of Labor and Industry have announced that the additional funds, while they are effective now, will not be reflected on this week's unemployment check. The workers of Pennsylvania should expect the additional $25 to be reflected on checks in the weeks to come.

If you find yourself recently unemployed, and you have questions about the amount of unemployment benefits that you may qualify for, then contact us to speak with an attorney who takes great pride in representing you and your family.

Also, if you or a loved one has been injured performing job related activities feel free to contact us to learn more about how you can begin a workers compensation claim.

At Wolf, Baldwin and Associates, P.C., we understand that in uncertain times such as this that there are more questions than answers. We pride ourselves in our direct communication and relationships with our clients.

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The Dude said...

This is welcome news!

Crystal Laker said...

are all states going to do this?

Cam Barnes said...

I wonder why the money won't be on the current checks that are issued?

Kip Dynamite said...

thanks for the update!

Doug said...

cool!!! good news. I don't know how I missed this?!

lawluvr said...

i hope that money is on this week's check