How to File a Indiana Unemployment Appeal

If you feel like you need to file an unemployment appeal, you can do so by:

1. Go to the Indiana unemployment website and click on 'Appeal'.
2. Contact your unemployment counselor.
3. File a claim directly with the Indiana Board of Labor.
4. Contact a labor attorney.

What are some reason that you might need to file an unemployment appeal?

1. You feel like you did not receive the full amount of your unemployment benefits.
2. You feel like you were treated unfairly or discriminated against.
3. You feel like you were denied for unemployment benefits inappropriately.
4. You feel like your employer is trying to block you from receiving unemployment benefits when you are legitimately entitled and eligible to receive them.
5. You think that your unemployment benefits ran out too soon.
6. You believe that your unemployment application was incorrectly or unfairly judged or handled.

The staff of the Indiana unemployment offices are very diligent and professional counselors who genuinely want to help you, but sometimes mistakes are made. If you feel like something has gone wrong during your unemployment case that has affected the benefits that you receive, you can file a Indiana unemployment appeal in order to have your case reviewed. Do this as soon as possible. Do not let too much time pass, or it may be too late.

Still Have Questions?

To go back to the Indiana Unemployment FAQ Page, click here: Indiana Unemployment FAQ

To go the main Indiana Unemployment page, click here: Indiana Unemployment

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# gary 2011-07-26 16:27
I was fired for using the company credit card too much. No policy and they always took out of check. I filed for unemployment 30 days ago and havent heard a thing from them. They say 21 days is what it usually takes to recieve vouchers. My status remains open? Are they fighting it or what?
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# brea 2012-08-22 18:49
I was fired due to being behind on my work. There was way to much work for one person. The CIO had family that work there, that did the same job I did but she was in another office. She was rude to patients. So I got a lot of her calls due to patients not wanting to deal with her. So that put me behind on my work. Also she had fax machine, scanner, copier, and printer at arms reach. I had none of this, I had to get up and leave my office in order to do any of this. I filed one appeal and lost. Should I file another appeal???
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# Sherry 2012-12-17 22:45
Went to work today about 15 employees- noticed a strong exhaust or deisel smell ! Asked boss to have someone come out
And seeif a monoxide leak! She said she called! I couldn't breath it was bothering my lungs! I propped the store front door and stood there! 1/2 he nobody came. I then called gas co to see when coming? Nobody had called! So I sent them out! My manager was so angry she argued with me for calling and treated horrible and told me to LEAVE!!!! She was horrible to me
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