Paying an Unemployment LawyerUpdated: 2020-06-22 by Lisa Guerin
Learn about costs in an unemployment claim or appeal in State.
If you may be (or already have been) denied unemployment benefits in State, you may be wondering whether you need a lawyer -- and whether you can afford to hire a lawyer to help with your unemployment case. (If you're wondering what a lawyer can do for you, check out Five Ways an Unemployment Lawyer Can Help You.) It all depends on your financial situation and how (and how much) the attorney charges. In some situations, an unemployment attorney may be willing to offer you a contingency fee arrangement. This means the lawyer gets paid only if you win, out of the money you receive as a settlement or award.
Select your state from the list below to learn about typical attorney fee arrangements in unemployment cases.
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