Win every Unemployment Insurance appeal every time.

How can you possibly win every time?
Call us before you take action – 801-355-2005

Do you feel compelled to take immediate action? Are you certain you are right? Are you ready to discipline, demote, dismiss? Don’t do it!

Call us first!

Employers don’t fire people because they are right; they fire people because they are angry.
Employees don’t sue you because they are right; they sue you because they are angry.

Do not discipline or dismiss without first contacting us – especially when you are angry. Simply put the individual on paid administrative leave – and call us! 801-355-2005. You may also email us at Our team will help you sort things out and do it right. Even if you wish to merely warn an employee, we’ll help you avoid a successful Unemployment Insurance claim against you – and help you avoid further legal action.

Are Unemployment Insurance cases worth defending?

Yes. Your benefit cost (increased payroll taxes) on individual cases may not seem significant, at first, however successful Unemployment Insurance claims against you incrementally increase your employment taxes (SUTA and FUTA) and erode your profit margin. These employment taxes become excessive, burdensome – and you wonder how that happened!

In addition, successful claimants often feel encouraged to file other related claims to the employment separation: OSHA complaints; sexual harassment, retaliation, other discrimination complaints, Worker’s Compensation claims; etc. Win, lose or settle; these actions can be costly.

Well-represented administrative cases don’t just win appeals. According to trial attorney, Vince Rampton, what we do for you is a cost-effective way to build strong pre-litigation case files that may prevent/defend legal action in higher courts.

Yes, Unemployment Insurance cases are definitely worth defending.

We will help you prevent an embarrassing loss
and guide you to a winning outcome.

All you have to do is pick up the phone and call us: 1-801-355-2005
Call us before you take adverse action against any employee.