the claims examiner said" the I was fired because I did not meet the standard of conduct my employer has the right to expect by being dishonest regarding reason for my absence."
I want to appeal this because when I was hired I had told my employer before I started the job that I had to have oral surgery and that I could start after that was completed and they said that it was no problem and allowed me the time off. They allowed me to work 3 weeks after the surgery then let me go only after someone took my things from my desk and I started looking for them around the office. I also have doctors notes and the dentist will back me up 100% that I was there that day. Is this enough to appeal to the courts since this was the reason I was let go?
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