A Firm That Works Hard To Achieve The Outcome You Are Looking For
928 Atwood Ave
Johnston, RI 02919
9:00AM - 7:00PM
Monday - Friday. Weekends By Appointments
At Comerford & Saccoccio, we are highly experienced and knowledgeable attorneys who provide professional legal services for individuals filing unemployment appeals claims in Johnston, Rhode Island, and the surrounding areas.
If you have been denied an unemployment benefits claim, you have limited time to file an appeal. In some instances you may only have 10 days. This is typically when our clients come to us for help. We provide free initial consultations for new clients and will inform you whether or not you have a case to file an appeal.
We take the preparation process very seriously and spend a significant amount of time preparing our clients for the Referee Hearing. This is very important because the Referee Hearing is the only guaranteed live hearing in the appeals process. Hearings are sometimes scheduled within a few weeks of filing, but can often take several months.
Unlike some firms, we often meet with clients several times face-to-face to prepare for the Referee Hearing. We explain the importance of gathering evidence and how to be prepared to answer with truthful statements during the cross examination, and even prepare mock cross-examinations so you have a full understanding of what to expect. We will also assist with your testimony preparation and keep you informed and prepared up until the day of the hearing.
When you work with our firm, you will also have the benefit of knowing that two attorneys will usually be working on your case. We work in a highly collaborative environment to keep our clients prepared and aware of the various steps throughout the appeals process. Partnering lawyers David Comerford and Frank Saccoccio usually work on every single case together, and they often both attend the Referee Hearings with their clients.
Please contact our firm at 401-944-1600 to schedule a free initial consultation with attorneys David Comerford and Frank Saccoccio.