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Jasper Daniel Berg

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  1. I currently work two jobs, one full, one part time, I am about to lose my part time gig, can I file for unemployment?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Jasper Daniel Berg
    2. Travis Craig Thompson
    2 lawyer answers

    You can file for unemployment benefits for any week you are eligible for benefits. Each case is different. Thus, the issue is whether or not you are "unemployed". An applicant for unemployment benefits is considered "unemployed" (1) in any week that the applicant performs less than 32 hours of service in employment, covered employment, noncovered employment, self-employment, or volunteer work; and (2) any earnings with respect to that week are less than the applicant's weekly...

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  2. I work for a temp agency here in minneapolis, working at the metrodome and have been also collecting unemployment because under

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Jasper Daniel Berg
    1 lawyer answer

    I am sorry you are having an issue with your claim for unemployment benefits. Unfortunately, I think your claim is much more complicated than it might appear. In fact, please consider seeking help from an attorney to prevent bigger problems down the road. If you are about to have a phone appeal hearing, I strongly encourage hiring an attorney. For one, it will give you credibility. Also, an attorney will help you facilitate your argument and advise you on issues of "evidence". And...

  3. My son is diagnosed with depression and has stopped taking his anti-depressant medication. He missed his shift at work yesterday

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Landon J Ascheman
    2. Jasper Daniel Berg
    2 lawyer answers

    First, I am sorry to hear about your Son's depression. Depression is an illness that affects my family too. Generally speaking, yes - your Son's Employer can suspend him. However, he has rights too. If your Son is not being paid he should apply for unemployment benefits. A worker who works less than 32 hours per week is eligible for unemployment benefits. There are exceptions to this rule. Thus, additional information is needed. If available, I would review his employee handbook....

  4. If the company you work for is based out of state, who is responsible for paying unemployment benefit?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Jasper Daniel Berg
    1 lawyer answer

    I am sorry to hear that your unemployment benefits were denied. You are having difficulties collecting unemployment benefits because it sounds like your home State does not want to pay a benefit. Every State is different. You should contact an unemployment attorney in your State. Generally speaking, your unemployment benefits will be based on the location of your Employer. If your Employer is located in one State, it is a bit easier. If your Employer is located in multiple States......