I been with an ambulette company for over a year. Their vehicles are in poor condition. I've written up there vehicles about the problems owner dosent seem to care. I've made a customer complaint form for their clients to sign when they received transportation. I have written a letter to DOT and filed a complaint with the attorney general. I ve consulted a attorney he suggested to write a letter on my behalf. If I quit is my case strong enough for unemployment due to unsafe work condition? Clients signed complaint form due to smelling fumes inside of the van.
You are eligible unless you leave "without good cause". In my opinion, you should have enough cause to leave and collect unemployment benefits. But if the company fights it, they could have the opportunity to show that you were the only one who complained, they fixed the vans, etc.
The New York unemployment website has a number of cases on their website, open to the public, that can help you determine what will and will not arise to the level of constructive termination.
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